OCS Inventory NG 2.3 Complete installation guide on Debian with SSL and working deployment feature. After completing this guide you will have fully working OCS Inventory NG server. Building OCS Agent install is also covered, so you will be able to deploy it straight away!
New and updated version for Debian Stretch and OCS Inventory NG server 2.5 can be found here! In our previous part we have successfully installed an RC version of OCS-NG server. Now it's time to install a stable version of 2.2. There isn't much many differences between installation of the RC1 and Stable, thus [...]
After successful installation of Nagios Core we can start to monitor various hosts and services. Overview of what can be done is below. Full specs of Nagios Core features can be found here. Table of contents: Nagios features overview Overview of this guide Nagios tasks that will be accomplished Monitoring Summary
New and updated version for Debian Stretch and OCS Inventory NG server 2.5 can be found here! Introduction In our first part we have sucessfuly installed and performed basic configuration of OCS-NG 2.2RC1 server. It all works well. We are able to start managing computers and their inventory. Like in first part of series we [...]
New and updated version for Debian Stretch and OCS Inventory NG server 2.5 can be found here! In this easy tutorial we will install and configure OCS-NG Server. If you want to know what OCS-NG is, please read below and visit product site. Table of contents: What is OCS-NG Requirements for this tutorial [...]
After installing and successfully starting nagios server you may encounter a warning: Starting nagios: No directory, logging in with HOME= This is reported because install script or you didn't create a /home directory for user nagios. To solve this simply follow these steps: Create a /home/nagios directory and change permissions (all executed as sudo): mkdir/home/nagios [...]
If you have an working Nagios Core monitoring server and some Linux machines (physical or virtual) you might want or even need to monitor their state. Nagios is a cool and free solution that makes this quite simple. After you have deployed Nagios Core 4.0.x and up as a monitoring host you need to install [...]