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    Hello,

    I've tried to install oreon, but the installation is not working, and I'm not sure what i'm doing wrong.

    I have apache 2.0.53, php 4.3.x and mysql 4.0.x, in a Debian Sarge 3.1

    First, I've tried installed just Oreon, without Nagios --> when I realized this was a mistake I've installed Nagios 2.1.3 (using apt-get) and then I ran the install.sh again.

    This was the output:

    WARNING : Setup will delete all previous information in your OREON DATABASE.

    Nagios libexec directory ... OK
    TrueType verdana ... OK
    group nagios ... yes
    user nagios ... yes
    group nagiocmd ... yes

    Configure Apache server ...

    apache is already configurate
    user www-data added to nagios group
    Apache is now ready for OREON

    Oreon is aldready install on your server !
    Are you sure you want to install OREON ? [y/n] y
    install oreon ...
    sudo is already configurate
    Restart Mysql server ...
    Stopping MySQL database server: mysqld.
    Starting MySQL database server: mysqld.
    Checking for crashed MySQL tables in the background.
    So, the configuration was right, even for Apache2.
    But when I try to get the url http://localhost/oreon I get a 404 error.

    So, what I'm doing wrong ??

    Thank you for your help !!

  • #2
    did you try http://localhost/oreon/ (note the trailing /) ?

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    • #3
      Re: how to install oreon ?

      Originally posted by argie01
      Hello,

      I've tried to install oreon, but the installation is not working, and I'm not sure what i'm doing wrong.

      I have apache 2.0.53, php 4.3.x and mysql 4.0.x, in a Debian Sarge 3.1

      First, I've tried installed just Oreon, without Nagios --> when I realized this was a mistake I've installed Nagios 2.1.3 (using apt-get) and then I ran the install.sh again.
      You should means nagios 2:1.3cvs..., isnt'it ?
      Oreon doesn't work at this time with packaged nagios because of hardcoded paths in the code. Some of theses paths are always pointing to /usr/local/nagios/... Theses paths must be removed to use database paths instead before we can use oreon under debian against nagios official package.
      RaphaŽl 'SurcouF' Bordet
      Je ne teste pas mes plugins en root, tu ne testes pas tes plugins en root...
      Dons Paypal

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      • #4
        Yes, we are making test with the rpm version to remove all the static paths.
        And the current version of Oreon doesn't work with Nagios 2.x
        The next release will do it
        Romain Le Merlus
        Centreon Forge
        MERETHIS

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        • #5
          Thank you.

          The problems were, first, I've installed Nagios 2.1.3 (I get it from Debian repository), and second, I did a link to /usr/local/oreon inside /var/www. Now I'm using Nagios 1.2.

          I find Oreon very usefull.
          I was trying with "autodetect" feature, and it works fine. Buti'd like to can add all the host discovered at the same time, and not one by one.

          I really hope you can release a new version wich works with Nagios 2.x very soon

          regards

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