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    Hello,
    I'm having a trouble at the very beginning :roll:
    (I'm on Debian)
    It is said (on wiki) to modify the install.sh In section INSTALL / check for httpd directory , replace :
    /etc/apache2/conf by /etc/apache2
    DIR_APACHE="/etc/apache2/conf" by DIR_APACHE="/etc/apache2"
    Save and close the file
    But I don't have any /etc/apache2/conf to be replaced.
    I guess this is linked with my trouble, as during the install when it is asked to restart apache server, I answer yes, the next step would be to enter a password for nagios, I can't, it tells me
    htpasswd2: cannot create file /usr/local/nagios/etc/htpasswd.users
    chmod: cannot access `/usr/local/nagios/etc/htpasswd.users': No such file or directory
    cp: cannot stat `/etc/init.d/nagios': No such file or directory
    ./install.sh: line 241: /tmp/nagios: No such file or directory

    If someone can help me through this.

    Thanks

  • #2
    try with the user root 8)
    windows XP pro
    VM

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    • #3
      Regarding your first problem, It's likely the instructions are out of date, as I encountered the same thing. You'll notice in the file you have a conditional statement where apache 1.x points to /etc/apache/conf, and apache 2.x points to /etc/apache2/.

      I don't think anything needs to be changed there.

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      • #4
        Hi,
        I'm connected as root and I start over the installation without any modification of my install.sh; it is still doing the same thing.
        This is weird!s
        Do you have any ideas?
        Thanks

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