On Monday 07 November 2005 10:21 am, Oliver Welter wrote:
yes when I installed 1.2 on a guest I had to edit the configure file to change
all 127.0.0.1 to something like 127.0.0.3 which then passed the tests.
as a 'just in case' measure I also changed my hosts file to reflect this ip
I also had to add a ccapability to the guest configuration:
we are running
nagios 1.2 works perfectly in a guest. I have not tried 2.x out yet, but the
configuration change to 127.0.0.x other than 1 will solve your install
> I think that this problem is related to the nonexisting 127.0.0.1
> address. If I remeber correctly than nagios try to ping this address and
> cant reach it....
> I think that I simply commented this check out in the scripts
> Evert Meulie wrote:
> > (cross-post from: http://www.meulie.net/forum_viewtopic.php?94.4177 )
> > Hi all!
> > I'm attempting to install Nagios 2.x on a vserver. However, the build
> > stops with:
> > checking for ICMP ping syntax...
> > Has anyone else come across this problem before?
> > Regards,
> > Evert
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