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    Default cacti or cacti-spine.

    I try to set SNMP service.
    in suse when i get cacti, linux tell me that have conflict to cacti-spine.
    What opsion i have to choise, install cacti, ot leave cacti-spiner??

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    Default Re: cacti or cacti-spine.

    Cacti is a web framework.
    Cacti-spine is a graphing tool (I'm guessing uses the cacti framework).

    Neither is specifically related to SNMP.
    Therefor, you have a coding/configuration problem, not likely a component problem.

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    Cool Re: cacti or cacti-spine.

    ok i understud.
    But now one more question
    I followed this instruction. https://en.opensuse.org/Cacti#Database_Configuration
    evryting is ok. but, when i wtrite http://server/cacti/install , nothing happen.
    where i wrong. what to check ?
    pleasee help

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    Default Re: cacti or cacti-spine.

    Quote Originally Posted by bubolin View Post
    ok i understud.
    But now one more question
    I followed this instruction. https://en.opensuse.org/Cacti#Database_Configuration
    evryting is ok. but, when i wtrite http://server/cacti/install , nothing happen.
    where i wrong. what to check ?
    pleasee help
    Are you literally typing "server" ?
    "server" should be the IP address or http header... depending on how you deployed your webserver.
    Or, I suppose you could add an entry to your /etc/hosts file mapping server to the IP address of your webserver.

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    Default Re: cacti or cacti-spine.

    i tried with IB but no result too.

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    Default Re: cacti or cacti-spine.

    i tried with IP but no result too.

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    Default Re: cacti or cacti-spine.

    When you say "no result"
    Whatever you see should tell you what the problem is...

    What error do you see in your web browser, a 404 error? 500 error? blank page?
    If you get a blank page, what do you see if you look at the page source, is it really an entirely blank page or a page with code that doesn't display

    Generally,
    You need to verify that the webserver is listening on the IP address or http header.
    You need to say how you set up the website, does it have its own IP address or do you have multiple websites sharing the same IP address so each website is dientified by its http header?

    When you can say for sure that your webserver/website is set up correctly and your web browser tries to connect properly,
    Then you can look at whether your cacti website is set up correctly on the designated webserver.

    The above more or less troubleshoot based on what you see in your web browser, but if necessary you should also look in your apache logs to see if your web browser is even hitting a website.

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    Default Re: cacti or cacti-spine.

    You might want to take a look at some YouTube videos, search using keywords "cacti install linux"
    All the videos I see are installations on Ubuntu so the part about setting up on a webserver is different than using YaST on openSUSE, but anything specific to cacti and cacti-spine should probably be the same.

    Assuming you're using YaST to set up Apache Server, are you doing this?

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    Evryting is a big mess. I\m absosutley beginer.

    What he writes to mi is , a "The page cannot be found

    The page you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable....."

    When wrothe http://192.168.88.88/cacti/install --> "Access forbidden!

    You don't have permission to access the requested object. It is either read-protected or not readable by the server.

    If you think this is a server error, please contact the webmaster.

    Error 403

    192.168.88.88
    Apache"

    Please tell me , what to check for you.?
    I waht to set cacti for local monitoring, becouse my router , crash sometime.
    I whatch in youtube cacti server for ubuntu , and he left. But this ubuntu is a Vitrual , i do no want it.

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    Default Re: cacti or cacti-spine.

    Quote Originally Posted by bubolin View Post
    Evryting is a big mess. I\m absosutley beginer.

    What he writes to mi is , a "The page cannot be found

    The page you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable....."

    When wrothe http://192.168.88.88/cacti/install --> "Access forbidden!

    You don't have permission to access the requested object. It is either read-protected or not readable by the server.

    If you think this is a server error, please contact the webmaster.

    Error 403

    192.168.88.88
    Apache"

    Please tell me , what to check for you.?
    I waht to set cacti for local monitoring, becouse my router , crash sometime.
    I whatch in youtube cacti server for ubuntu , and he left. But this ubuntu is a Vitrual , i do no want it.
    OK,
    Your error says that you have Apache set up and running, but the specific file to install cacti isn't found.

    You may have already done so, but you should install the LAMP pattern, which is "Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP"

    The first thing to do after installing LAMP is to open up the HTTP server YaST module to configure your Apache server. If you don't see it in YaST, you have to install the module with the following command
    Code:
    zypper in yast2-http-server
    You should then open the YaST http server module and inspect its settings.
    IIRC by default it will set you up without http headers (That's fine if this will be the only website on your machine)
    And your default website (document root) is
    Code:
    /srv/www/htdocs/
    You should extract your downloaded cacti website into the document root,
    Then edit the configuration file as necessary, eg with the database connection information to connect to your MariaDB.
    I don't know if the cacti install will automatically create your MariaDB tables, if not then that is a separate step.

    When the above has been completed, you should then be able to open your web browser to the URL which should activate the installation script which should create and configure your cacti website and populate the MariaDB database.

    View some of the YouTube videos on installing cacti, you'll likely see a different way to install and set up Apache, but everything after that should be pretty close to what you'd do on any Linux including openSUSE.

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