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Nagios Mobile

Postby t3dus » Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:58 pm

How in the world do I install Nagios Mobile?

I tried following the instructions listed here but they simply do not work. I can't run any such installer.

Btw I have Nagios 4.3.4 installed on Ubuntu 16.04 instead of CentOS.
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Re: Nagios Mobile

Postby t3dus » Wed Sep 13, 2017 10:14 pm

Finally got the installer to run but it failed.

I compiled my orginal install of Nagios 4 from source so not sure why this failed.

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./INSTALL.php
Copying apache configuration file...
/bin/mv: cannot move 'nagiosmobile_apache.conf' to '/etc/httpd/conf.d/nagiosmobile.conf': No such file or directory
Creating web directory...
Copying files...
Cleaning up...
Restarting apache...
Restarting apache2 (via systemctl): apache2.service.
Checking for file locations...
Script Complete!


It did move the files into /usr/local/nagiosmobile though

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/tmp/nagiosmobile# ls /usr/local
bin  etc  games  include  lib  man  nagios  nagiosmobile  sbin  share  src
root@Bart:/tmp/nagiosmobile# ls /usr/local/nagiosmobile
CHANGES  class  footer.inc.php  header.inc.php  include.inc.php  includes  index.php  jquery.mobile-1.0  js  nagiosmobile_apache.conf  nagiosmobile.css  nagios.png  TODO.txt
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Re: Nagios Mobile

Postby t3dus » Wed Sep 13, 2017 10:29 pm

Ended up editing the INSTALL.PHP file with the following

Changed the line below
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define('APACHECONF',"/etc/httpd/conf.d");


To this but it failed
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define('APACHECONF',"/etc/apache2/conf.d");


so I changed it again to the following
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define('APACHECONF',"/etc/apache2/");


and now it succeeded
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./INSTALL.php
Copying apache configuration file...
Creating web directory...
Copying files...
Cleaning up...
Restarting apache...
Restarting apache2 (via systemctl): apache2.service.
Checking for file locations...
Script Complete!


But if I visit my website at https://URLHERE/nagiosmobile I just get a blank page..

Still not quite sure what I did wrong.
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Re: Nagios Mobile

Postby tmcdonald » Thu Sep 14, 2017 1:16 pm

The installer was written with CentOS and RHEL in mind I believe, hence httpd instead of apache2 and the different paths.

Regarding the blank page, what errors do you get in your Apache error logs? Also, did the proper configs get placed in your sites-available or in sites-enabled in your Apache config directory? You might need to enable the site first.
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Re: Nagios Mobile

Postby t3dus » Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:17 pm

tmcdonald wrote:The installer was written with CentOS and RHEL in mind I believe, hence httpd instead of apache2 and the different paths.

Regarding the blank page, what errors do you get in your Apache error logs? Also, did the proper configs get placed in your sites-available or in sites-enabled in your Apache config directory? You might need to enable the site first.


ah your a genius. I had to run this command.

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:/etc/apache2/sites-available# a2ensite nagiosmobile.conf


and then restart apache2
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service apache2 reload
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Re: Nagios Mobile

Postby tmcdonald » Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:32 pm

Great to hear it! Mind if I close this thread up?
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Re: Nagios Mobile

Postby t3dus » Thu Sep 14, 2017 3:36 pm

Go ahead and close it. Thanks.
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