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    install of 2.0-RC

    Hello all,

    I'am trying to install the 2.0-RC ...

    the /etc/shinken was missing somes directory like modules/ressource.d/templates/notificationways that generate service error when starting.

    with a mix a last github, I'have manually copied the/etc but do not find any /etc/modules directory ?

    so create one and success not to get an error.

    So two questions :
    - where could I find any initial etc/shinken/modules files ?
    - could anyone give me details about the webUI setup ?

    thanks by advance
    vincent

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    Re: install of 2.0-RC

    Hi,
    first you should 'shinken --help' and then 'shinken --list' ...

    Search for modules you are interested in, for instance : shinken search nsca.

    An then you may install a module/pack with 'shinken install moduleName'

    Best regards, Fred.

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    Re: install of 2.0-RC

    Hello Fred,

    Thanks for your reply.

    Where do I have to run those commands?
    wherever I try it, it says command nog found.

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    Re: install of 2.0-RC

    Hi,
    did you follow installing instructions from the readme.md ? If so, you should have installed Shinken and then the shinken command is available in any shell of your system ...

    Best regards, Fred

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    Re: install of 2.0-RC

    I have used the 10 min install script and followed that guide.
    Do I need to make changes by myself after that?

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    Re: install of 2.0-RC

    You should install as described here : https://github.com/naparuba/shinken#...nstall-shinken

    Best regards

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    Re: install of 2.0-RC

    Thank you for your reply, and sorry for my noobieness

    I have fine-tuned my shinken installation for my organization and added a lot of hosts.
    Is it possible to still make the shinken command available in the shell, without reinstalling?

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    Re: install of 2.0-RC

    I suppose you should install without destroying your existing configuration ... but I am not sure ! Make a backup ... restoring should be very easy because all hosts/services configuration is stored in a directory !

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    Re: install of 2.0-RC

    install a new centos 6.5

    install setuptools , python and curl already installed by default.

    download rc7

    untar unzip cd
    python setup.py

    get :
    traceback (most recent call last):
    File "/usr/bin/shinken", line 353, in <module>
    for (key, value) in cfg.items(section):
    File "/usr/lib64.python2.6/ConfigParser.py", line 578, in items
    for option in options]
    File "/usr/lib64/python2.6/ConfigParser.py", line 589, in _interpolate
    value = value % vars
    ValueError : unsupported format character '/' ( 0x2f) at index 6


    what do you think about ?




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    Re: install of 2.0-RC

    I fixed this in the master github yesterday.

    In your ~/.shinken.ini, look at the libexec value, and fix:
    %(lib)s/libexec
    (missing s before / in the generated ini file).

    But the master verson still got problem about no /etc/default/shinken generated file, I'm on it.
    No direct support by personal message. Please open a thread so everyone can see the solution

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