cbm
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Re: Server Monitoring Image - NagiosPi v1.1

Wed Mar 23, 2016 4:47 am

Using a functional Raspberry P that works with other images, the NagiosPi_v2.2.zip does not give me any video. I can access the http://ip_address page okay, from whence Nagios, Nconf and the others work okay.

Instructions say after burning the image file to boot and run "sudo raspi-config" to expand the file system, but this presupposes one has video and keyboard access to the Pi.

How do I get NagiosPi to enable video on the Pi?

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Rionoskae
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Re: Server Monitoring Image - NagiosPi v1.1

Wed Mar 23, 2016 2:45 pm

What model Raspberry Pi are you using?

cbm
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Re: Server Monitoring Image - NagiosPi v1.1

Wed Mar 30, 2016 11:22 pm

Rionoskae wrote:What model Raspberry Pi are you using?
Model 2.

Using the IP interface for Nagios, Nconf, RaspControl, etc work well, but access is limited.

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Re: Server Monitoring Image - NagiosPi v1.1

Thu Mar 31, 2016 12:54 am

cbm wrote:Using a functional Raspberry P that works with other images, the NagiosPi_v2.2.zip does not give me any video. I can access the http://ip_address page okay, from whence Nagios, Nconf and the others work okay.

Instructions say after burning the image file to boot and run "sudo raspi-config" to expand the file system, but this presupposes one has video and keyboard access to the Pi.

How do I get NagiosPi to enable video on the Pi?
If Nagios uses ffmpeg to display video, it won't work on Jessie as it's been replaced with libav.

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Re: Server Monitoring Image - NagiosPi v1.1

Sat May 07, 2016 4:12 am

Has anyone been able to successfully use the nagios 2.2 image, recently?

I downloaded it, verified the MD5 and burned it to an sd card using Win32DiskImager in Win 7. Popped the sd card in my pi3 and get nothing. Solid 4 colored logo. Pop a debian jessie sd image in and it works just fine so I don't believe it's my pi, power supply or sd card that is the culprit. :?:

T.I.A.

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Re: Server Monitoring Image - NagiosPi v1.1

Sat May 07, 2016 5:47 pm

discarn8 wrote:Has anyone been able to successfully use the nagios 2.2 image, recently?

I downloaded it, verified the MD5 and burned it to an sd card using Win32DiskImager in Win 7. Popped the sd card in my pi3 and get nothing. Solid 4 colored logo. Pop a debian jessie sd image in and it works just fine so I don't believe it's my pi, power supply or sd card that is the culprit. :?:

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Hasn't been updated for Pi v3 yet.

You can update if you have an older version pi simply by running sudo apt-get update && upgrade -y

~Cheers

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Re: Server Monitoring Image - NagiosPi v1.1

Wed Aug 24, 2016 9:44 pm

Got the image running on a Pi2 but cant seem to access modules using root/nagiosadmin. are there other usernames and passwords?

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Re: Server Monitoring Image - NagiosPi v1.1

Wed Aug 24, 2016 9:46 pm

Have you tried nagiosadmin/nagiosadmin ?

nconf: nconf / nagiosadmin

nagvis: admin/admin

Update:
I think most / if not all the usernames and passwords should be visible on the home screen now that i think of it...

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Re: Server Monitoring Image - NagiosPi v1.1

Wed Aug 24, 2016 10:06 pm

derrr. its getting too late! must sleep.

thanks for that.

look forward to playing tomorrow.

cheers...j

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