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Initially it didn't have mysql, so the test wasn't compiled. This time it compiled with check_snmp, and after restarting Nagios, my SNMP checks are functioning. Do I need to go the all Perl/CPAN route? ZABBIX Forums > Zabbix Discussions and Feedback > Zabbix Help > configure: error: Not found NET-SNMP library with zabbix 1.6.4 PDA View Full Version : configure: error: Not found NET-SNMP library have a peek here

I had to do this with a client with mysql. > Initially it didn't have mysql, so the test wasn't compiled. Here's a configure of check_snmp 1.4, freshly downloaded from Nagios Exchange: [email protected]:~/check_snmp-1.4# ./configure checking for a BSD-compatible install... /usr/bin/install -c checking whether build environment is sane... Googling, I saw a tip to > change it to /var/www/mrtg/, but that directory didn't exist either. > I created /var/lib/mrtg/ and chown'd it to nagios:nagios and restarted > Nagios, but Briefly describe the problem (required): Upload screenshot of ad (required): Select a file, or drag & drop file here. ✔ ✘ Please provide the ad click URL, if possible: Home Browse https://www.zabbix.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-12615.html

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I can perform snmpwalks, but I don't know of any other way to find out what I'm missing. Thanks for the tips. Fatiha.

  1. Davis > Email: [email protected] > > "There is no limit to what a man can accomplish > if he doesn't care who gets the credit." - Ronald Reagan > > >
  2. Asunto: Re: [Nagios-users] Monitoring switches via SNMP -- (...) I changed ifOperStatus.INSIDE from ifOperStatus.1 because an snmpwalk on the device said that's what this port name was, but I can change
  3. libsnmp-perl is already the newest version.
  4. no > configure: error: snmp library not found > > I looked through the Ubuntu package website, and tried installing any package I could find that's related to SNMP, but already
  5. o checking whether we are using the GNU C compiler...
  6. Snmpwalk works though, so I figure I have something half-working...
  7. NICE!
  8. Re: [Nagios-users] Monitoring switches via SNMP -- From: Andrew Davis - 2009-05-21 15:18:20 Attachments: Message as HTML I would agree...
  9. Do I need to go the all Perl/CPAN route?

But it still wouldn't make (the error message looked like a combo of foreign language and corrupt text encoding) and I hadn't seen Andrew's e-mail yet, so I just re-installed the no > configure: error: snmp library not found > > I looked through the Ubuntu package website, and tried installing any > > > package I could find that's related to If you have received it in error, please delete it from your system. yes checking whether we are cross compiling...

I followed the Quick Start guide for Ubuntu, and everything > went swimmingly, installing Nagios, the Plug-ins, Apache, et al. > Nagios started up and monitored itself, and following the quick-starts Net Snmp Config Command Not Found Centos libsnmp-base is already the newest version. Davis Mike Saldivar wrote: > Hi there, > > I have a new installation of Nagios, Version 3.0.6, running on Ubuntu > 8.10. click for more info NICE!

Should I check into check_cisco.pl, or does that work better for the huge switches than the itty-bitty 4-porters? Meet > the minds behind Google Creative Lab, Visual Complexity, Processing, & > iPhoneDevCamp asthey present alongside digital heavyweights like Barbarian > Group, R/GA, & Big Spaceship. Please refer to our Privacy Policy or Contact Us for more details You seem to have CSS turned off. A.

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no configure: error: Not found NET-SNMP library Thanks, Fatiha xs-26-05-2009, 15:43search the forums --with-net-snmp=/path/to/net-snmp-config and/or have net-snmp-config in the $PATH and/or make sure the libraries are in the LD_LIBRARY_PATH (or its http://configure.error.not.found.net.snmp.library.zabbix.winadvice.org/ Thanks a heap, -Mike Re: [Nagios-users] Monitoring switches via SNMP -- From: Mike Saldivar - 2009-05-20 23:11:45 Attachments: Message as HTML On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 5:15 PM, Mike Net-snmp-config Not Found I can > perform snmpwalks, but I don't know of any other way to find out what > I'm missing. > > No, I personally prefer using perl to write my Ubuntu Install Net-snmp Please don't fill out this field.

get all the relevant devel and necessary library > packages. navigate here gcc3 checking whether gcc and cc understand -c and -o together... a.out checking whether the C compiler works... gcc checking for C compiler default output file name...

no >> configure: error: snmp library not found >> >> I looked through the Ubuntu package website, and tried installing any >> > package I could find that's related to SNMP, If I need to install an individual check at a later date, I'll try Andrew's method of making that one check. -Mike Thread view Re: [Nagios-users] Monitoring switches via SNMP -- I followed the Quick Start guide for Ubuntu, and everything went > swimmingly, installing Nagios, the Plug-ins, Apache, et al. Check This Out For some plugins, you can straight into the plugins directory and compile that one plugin (once all the pre-reqs are there), then copy the binary to your libexec folder.

yes checking for gcc... Try installing libsnmp-dev > > That was it - it needed the libsnmp-dev package to configure. no checking for mawk...

fredc28-05-2009, 16:42Hi Fatiha, please install net-snmp-devel and it'll work.

checking for suffix of object files... I will inform you if it works. snmpd is already the newest version. no > configure: error: snmp library not found > > I looked through the Ubuntu package website, and tried installing any > > > package I could find that's related to

get all the relevant devel and necessary library > packages. Try installing libsnmp-dev > > That was it - it needed the libsnmp-dev package to configure. The other error I see is: --- Port 1 Bandwidth UNKNOWN 05-07-2009 17:02:24 0d 2h 38m 14s 3/3 check_mrtgtraf: Unable to open MRTG log file --- define service{ use generic-service ; this contact form no configure: error: snmp library not found I looked through the Ubuntu package website, and tried installing any package I could find that's related to SNMP, but already have them all

Hope this helps... best regards, Fred fatiha29-05-2009, 19:51Thank you for your answer. But googling the error (Return code of 127 ...) seems to indicate I'm missing net-snmp or net-snmp-util, but I'm not sure how to install them -- can't do a rpm -qa For some plugins, you can straight into the plugins directory and > compile that one plugin (once all the pre-reqs are there), then copy the > binary to your libexec folder.

CaT > is a gathering of tech-side developers & brand creativity professionals. I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. Please don't fill out this field. Googling, I saw a tip to change it to /var/www/mrtg/, but that directory didn't exist either.

A. Is there a mrtg config file I need to edit? > > Should I check into check_cisco.pl, or does that work better for the > huge switches than the itty-bitty 4-porters? But it still wouldn't make (the error message looked like a combo of foreign language and corrupt text encoding) and I hadn't seen Andrew's e-mail yet, so I just re-installed the On the > ASA, I enabled SNMP, and pointed it to the Nagios machine for reporting. > > On the Nagios box, I copied up the switch.cfg, changed the IP address

You seem to have CSS turned off. Please don't fill out this field. Terms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News. I created /var/lib/mrtg/ and chown'd it to nagios:nagios and restarted Nagios, but still nothing.

Apparently, if net-snmp and net-snmp-utils are not already installed, the plugins installer skips installing that plugin. But googling the error (Return code of 127 ...) seems to > indicate I'm missing net-snmp or net-snmp-util, but I'm not sure how > to install them -- can't do a none needed checking for style of include used by make...