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  • RedHat EL 4.0

    Hello @all,

    im planing a nagios/oreon installation on a red hat enteprise 4.0 system. now i was locking to find the requirements to to this and i can not find all packages (php4 php4-cgi php4-mysql libapache2-mod-php4 php4-pear php4-ldap php4-snmp) i found only a php4-gd rpm file.

    does anyone can tell me which packages i have to install on the rhel 4.0 ???

    thanks

    DaskTill

  • #2
    use this link http://rpm.pbone.net/
    VMWare ESX 3.5 - Redhat Entreprise 4 ES
    Nagios 2.12 - Centreon 1.4.2.6

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    • #3
      thanks @Morphleus,

      but i can find only the rrdtool-devel-1.0.50-25.el4.at.x86_64.rpm
      when im search fpr php4.
      is this ok ???
      searching for libapache2-mod-php4 and php4-pear php4-ldap php4-snmp has no result.

      DaskTill

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      • #4
        I may be wrong, but many of the requirements have the name of DEBIAN packages. for example, libapache is definately NOT in RHEL, and i guess the correspondent name in RHEL is httpd-devel. When it says php4, in RHEL it is simply php.

        For packages also try http://dag.wieers.com/packages/ You can add it as a yum repo too.

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        • #5
          USE PEAR

          I used PEAR to install all of the missing PHP components

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          • #6
            Hello,

            try a search on rpmfind.net, or newer dist .

            Personaly I made this. RHEL4 => FC5

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            • #7
              Status of RedHat 4 deployments

              Hello

              could you provide an update about the status of using redhat 4 to deploy the nagios/oreon solution.

              Are you using up2date or yum to maintain the various packages or are you doing it by hand (individual package maintenance)

              What version are you using?

              I am unsure about deploying the solution using Fedora core 6 which I used during the testing phase.

              I need to give a life cycle of at least 24 month to the solution and evaluating on using Redhat 4, Redhat 5, Fedora core 6 or Fedora 7. The responsible for OS deployments really wants to stick to redhat 4 or 5 to ensure OS and package updates for 24 months as well.

              What do you think?

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