Config file etc xinetd d cvspserver needs updating
Please follow the guide step by step to complete it successfully, and if you encounter any issue please use the comment section to ask for help. Note: This tutorial was tested in Ubuntu only, but taking into account that we will be compiling almost everything from source, this instructions might work in other distributions like Cent OS and SUSE linux as well.
Nagios built-in map: A custom live map I built to display on a 1920 x 1080 TV screen: You can build as many live maps as you need to from Visio drawings or any other custom image using Nagvis. I’ll use the default ‘sudo” account that is created when you install Ubuntu, but if you want to create a different account to setup Nagios is up to you.
Download it on the server using this command: cd /opt/ && sudo wget https://assets.nagios.com/downloads/nagioscore/releases/nagios-4.1.1gz Extract the tar file sudo tar xvf nagios-*gz then switch to the Nagios directory cd nagios* and configure Nagios with this command: sudo ./configure –with-nagios-group=nagios –with-command-group=nagios –with-mail=/usr/sbin/sendmail then type, sudo make all to compile it.
In order to monitor a Windows host either a server or desktop, we need to download and install NSclient in that computer.
you can download the latest NSClient from this URL https:// download it, and execute it on the server you want to monitor.
Now type these commands one by one on terminal:sudo make install sudo make install-commandmode sudo make install-init sudo make install-config sudo /usr/bin/install -c -m 644 sample-config//etc/apache2/sites-available/Add the Apache web server user to the Nagios group we created above:sudo usermod -G nagios www-data You can find the Nagios plugins in this location at the Nagios website
C=M; O=D at the time of this writing the latest plugins release is 2.1.1.