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    MRTG Installation

    I want to try an install MRTG to try and see my cpu load times during peak hours.

    Where can I get a version for a RaQ? And how do I install it?

    Is it an rpm? or pkg?
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    Compile from source, its not hard - but you need gd installed for the png creation.

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    If you follow the intructions from the MRTG website exactly you won't have any problems with the installation. Just one thing. Compile the required libraries static (double check the instructions on the MRTG site) so you won't mess up other software installs you might have like php with gd compiled in.

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    pkgmaster works good

    Have you tries the package at pkgmaster.com ?
    Sets up in a snap.
    Have fun

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    I don't see a pkg for mrtg on that site?
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    Im'e Bad

    You are right, I read your post wrong. Red Hat has a good rpm tho'.
    Sorry.

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    Where do you find that?
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    here it is

    ftp.sunet.se

    /pub/Linux/distributions/redhat/redhat/redhat-7.2-en/os/i386/RedHat/RPMS

    the site has a faster logon with a ftp program

    Remember those rpms arent cobale specific, however as pointed out on suns site with a little fudging should work fine.

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