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  • Bug by install.sh (SuSE 10.1)

    Hello folks,

    in case you've got SuSE, Oreon didn't wrote the reload command into the sudoers file.
    I've edited it by hand and now it works.

  • #2
    Strange behaviour man, I'm using openSuSE 10.1 and Oreon setted it up correctly for me ... :?
    [Linux 2.4.20-28.7 - RedHat 7.2]
    [Linux 2.6.16.21-0.25 - OpenSuSE 10.1]
    [Apache 1.3.x, PHP 5.x, MySQL 5.x]
    [Apache 2.2.x, PHP 5.x, MySQL 5.x]
    [Nagios 1.4.1+Nagmin -Production-, Nagios 2.5+Oreon 1.3.1-1 -PreProduction-, Nagios 2.5+Oreon 1.3.1-1 -Testing-]

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    • #3
      Maybe this happend, because i've updated Oreon from version to version.

      by the way, WOMAN plz ;-)

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      • #4
        Yuck! I always put my foot in it. Not so used to see women here, sorry ops:

        Last installation was fresh, so maybe you're right
        [Linux 2.4.20-28.7 - RedHat 7.2]
        [Linux 2.6.16.21-0.25 - OpenSuSE 10.1]
        [Apache 1.3.x, PHP 5.x, MySQL 5.x]
        [Apache 2.2.x, PHP 5.x, MySQL 5.x]
        [Nagios 1.4.1+Nagmin -Production-, Nagios 2.5+Oreon 1.3.1-1 -PreProduction-, Nagios 2.5+Oreon 1.3.1-1 -Testing-]

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        • #5
          hey, no prob. It was just that you mentioned it ;-)

          I've to look for that in the old install scripts.
          I was just wondering what could cause that problem.
          When i found out, i will post it.

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          • #6
            Hello Iralein,

            actually, we don't manage sudoers upgrade :?
            i will work on it.
            StatusMap Module - NDO Tools Module - ImportCSV Module - SNMP-UI Module - PDFReports Module
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