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Found your solution with google... Exiting. yum provides */ssl.h Should indicate what you need to install for any RPM based distribution. https://sourceforge.net/p/nagios/mailman/message/20834007/ Fotos, nominados, videos, y mucho más! > Mira aquí http://mtvla.yahoo.com/ -- Assaf Flatto SSP Ops Team Linux System Administrator 169 Euston Road, London, NW1 2AE IMPORTANT .
I am using ubuntu 12.04 as my operating system. Xinetd: Unrecognized Service Acabo de instalar Nagios core en Raspberry pi con raspbian. When ./configure the NRPE 2.12 it says after a while: Checking for ssl headers... Thanks for that information!
Please don't fill out this field. asked 4 years ago viewed 65517 times active 2 years ago Related 4How do I configure nagios with audio notifications?0Nagios configuration on ubuntu3How Do I install the Nagios check_snmp Plugin?1Step by Cannot Create Regular File ‘/etc/xinetd.d/nrpe’: No Such File Or Directory more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Nrpe Install configure error: Cannot find ssl headers Seems you need to install the development package.
Centralizers of regular elements are abelian How do I handle an unterminated wire behind my wall? http://centralpedia.com/no-such/ubuntu-12-04-error-no-such-partition.html Book Store Saturday, April 7, 2012 checking for ssl headers... Assaf On Tuesday 18 November 2008 14:20:45 Christian Iñiguez wrote: > Hi all. > > I've been trying to install nagios-plugin (nagios-plugins-1.4.13) and nrpe > (nrpe-2.12) to be able to monitor server (Debian 3.1) Who was Mikael Blomkvist with at the end of the movie and why did Lisbeth hate it so much? /usr/bin/install: Cannot Stat ‘check_nrpe’: No Such File Or Directory
The above worked fine for me on Ubuntu 12.10 x64 - thanks. apt-file is not installed in Ubuntu server 12.04 LTS by default, install by using this command sudo apt-get install apt-file -y After apt-file is installed use apt-file update, use apt-file search I was able to install nrpe using this on oneric. Check This Out Exiting.
Powered by Blogger. Install Nrpe On Centos configure error: Cannot find ssl headers > > On servers with Red Hat everything is ok, but on Debian I got the > above error =( > > Do you know checking for ssl headers...
Thanks so much! sudo apt-get install libssl-dev –IBam Feb 17 at 11:02 add a comment| up vote 6 down vote I had similar issues on a Raspberry PI, after I'd installed the libssl-dev package The problem I ran into while trying to configure the nrpe plugin before I compiled it was "configure: error: Cannot find ssl headers". Ubuntu Install Ssl Libraries configure error: Cannot find ssl headers > > On servers with Red Hat everything is ok, but on Debian I got the > above error =( > > Do you know how
Thanks in advance //Norway inoc 2008-05-08 10:29:08 UTC #2 Did you solved this problem cz am also facing the same problem mrt 2008-05-08 13:17:14 UTC #3 Nope, not solved Geofoxer 2008-05-09 which showed a libssl.so inside of /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ I made a link to it with: Code: ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libssl.so /usr/lib/libssl.so ..and then was able to configure and make my nrpe install! Be nice. this contact form Thank's a lot man ;) 4/23/2010 09:53:00 AM Anonymous said...
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Premios MTV 2008¡En exclusiva! Just helped me get my NRPE installed.josh- 11/23/2010 03:17:00 PM rojohn said... But I have an error when I try to ./configure the NRPE 2.12 addon. (after install of the plugins 1.4.11) On my other linuxhost (which I will monitor) everything works ok, La guía completa para tu vida en Mujer de Hoy.
Thank you. For most Linux users that is OpenSSL. configure: error: Cannot find ssl libraries I have installed libssl-dev and openssl package as i found them as a solution for this error. checking for SSL headers...
Mira aquí > Looks like you need the ssl development package installed. SSL headers found in /usr checking for SSL libraries... configure: error: Cannot find ssl libraries I have found a solution from here. Thanks for that!
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