Ninja In this space, it's all about our user interface The Ninja project is an effort to develop an alternative Nagios gui with the aim of being the most useful Open Source web front end for Nagios. You will be able to use them as a combination or replacement to the existing Nagios CGI's. Ninja is in steady development so we would love to get your input, ideas or most preferibly patches ;) Liferea About Liferea Liferea is a web feed reader/news aggregator that brings together all of the content from your favorite subscriptions into a simple interface that makes it easy to organize and browse feeds. Its GUI is similar to a desktop mail/newsclient, with an embedded graphical browser.
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Documentation Looking for documentation on Nagios? Look no further. There are multiple sources of helpful information that can help you get up and running quickly and expand your skillset. Nagios Library The Nagios Library contains official tips, tutorials, videos, documentation, and manuals on Nagios Core, Nagios XI, Nagios V-Shell, Nagios Fusion, and other Nagios projects. Visit the Nagios Library at GNU Privacy Guard GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG or GPG) is a GPL Licensed alternative to the PGP suite of cryptographic software. GnuPG is compliant with RFC 4880, which is the current IETF standards track specification of OpenPGP. Current versions of PGP (and Veridis' Filecrypt) are interoperable with GnuPG and other OpenPGP-compliant systems. GnuPG is a part of the Free Software Foundation's GNU software project, and has received major funding from the German government.
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Automated Password Generator in Debian APG (Automated Password Generator) is the tool set for random password generation. It generates some random words of required type and prints them to standard output. This binary package contains only the standalone version of apg. APG Advantages Nagios plug-in development guidelines Development platform requirements Nagios Plugins are developed to the GNU standard, so any OS which is supported by GNU should run the plugins. While the requirements for compiling the Nagios Plugins release are very basic, developing from the Git repository requires additional software to be installed. These are the minimum levels of software required: GNU make 3.79 GNU automake 1.9.2 GNU autoconf 2.59 GNU m4 1.4.2 GNU libtool 1.5 To compile from Git, after you have cloned the repository, run:
How to install Introduction This chapter explains how to install SystemRescueCD on a USB stick manually. If you prefer, you can order a pre-configured USB stick with the latest SystemRescueCd already on it from the popular osdisc website Installing SystemRescueCd on an USB stick allows you to use the system from a USB stick (mini hard disk) instead of using a CD-ROM. You need a recent SystemResuceCD, and a USB stick with enough space.