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The 2 files (snmpd and snmpd.conf) take up less than 1MB on a (CIFS-)filesystem. Comment 4 Phil Knirsch 2003-11-18 09:14:27 EST There is a new errata pending for RH 8.0 which fixes that problem (among some others). asked 3 years ago viewed 1605 times active 3 years ago Related 1How to use net-snmp 5.5 with IPv6 on Linux?1How to find out the number of CPUs using SNMP0net-snmp Logging: I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. navigate here

Nice work you're all doing though, I just want to be able to do it too! Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started Dave ------------------------------------------------------- This SF.Net email is sponsored by: INetU Attention Web Developers & Consultants: Become An INetU Hosting Partner. For the record I have no idea what that thing does as I'm a linux newb. [EDIt] Now it starts with no error but the SNMPtester still fails and get nothing. https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=78391

Hi. Last modified: Fri Oct 28 00:10:33 2016; Machine Name: buxtehude Debian Bug tracking system Copyright (C) 1999 Darren O. 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 Hypernova, Apr 3, 2007 #35 bokh LI Guru Member Good it works!

  1. jcarle, Aug 11, 2008 #58 trgz Addicted to LI Member -sh: /cifs1/sbin/snmpd: not found Hi all.
  2. SNMPDRUN=yes # snmpd options (use syslog, close stdin/out/err). #SNMPDOPTS='-Lsd -Lf /dev/null -u snmp -I -smux -p /var/run/snmpd.pid 127.0.0.1' SNMPDOPTS='-Lsd -Lf /dev/null -u snmp -I -smux -p /var/run/snmpd.pid -c /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf' #SNMPDOPTS='-Lsd -Lf
  3. If they were, edit the init script to reflect the desired path. –tink Apr 12 '13 at 0:15 "...you left the locations for the manually compiled version at /usr/local".
  4. Good job!
  5. Thanks 2011/11/10 Dave Shield > On 10 November 2011 10:03, francisco moreno wrote: > > > - I downloaded "net-snmp-5.4.4.tar.gz" package from sourceforge. > > - I unziped this
  6. bokh, Jan 20, 2007 #8 bogderpirat Network Guru Member yes, i'm on the 192.168.0.x network, my tomato being .1.
  7. It includes PPTP VPN support as well and OpenVPN (including various fixes to OpenVPN and support for username/password authentication) However, I haven't built it for the WRTSL54GS, I've only built it
  8. i have successfully compiled and tested a smaller snmp daemon binary.
  9. I checked out the manpage earlier also but seemed to miss this switch as i just scrolled through it.

bokh, Nov 30, 2007 #50 rickh57 LI Guru Member Thanks for this HOWTO, bokh. oh, and i'm running the latest tomato on a WRT54GL v1.1 bogderpirat, Jan 20, 2007 #3 maxzerker LI Guru Member put that in jffs would be easier maxzerker, Jan Keep discussions to the list, where others can both learn and offer advice. I see plenty of YouTube videos on other aspects of WRT-54G modifications and firmware setups, so maybe there's hope for somebody as non-savvy as myself?

i hope this is helpful to someone in the future. this version http://www.4shared.com/file/4wEdNWp-/tomato-NDUSB-12876281-Toastman.html has snmp + OpenVPN and will load on your device... But you shouldn't need to turn on "dodebugging" to get it. Any other data type that can be monitored?

I filed a bug some time > ago that they should update it to use Heimdal K5, but I've seen no progress > on it. Password Linux - Newbie This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux. Richard>> It was only after I had turned on "read_config" that the exact Richard> error you mentioned showed up. You seem to have CSS turned off.

WallWatcher however can (indeed) be heavy on resources but it has nothing to do with SNMP (syslog it is). Read More Here Do you think you have made a working version with VPN functionality as well. Configuration as i'm assuming people mostly use snmpds for bandwidth tracking, i'll only cover that part of the binary's functionality. I'm very confused as to why you weren't seeing this.

I would have to build it... http://phabletkeyboards.com/snmp-error/snmp-information-snmp-error.php I installed Shibby 1.28.0000 MIPSR2-100 K26 USB Big-VPN .The Shibby site say's SNMP comes with the software I installed. unless you don't mind building it yourself. i personally pasted the contents of the config-posting i made on page 1 via telnet into a file using echo, like such: Code: echo "">/cifs1/bin/snmpd.conf .

I have built a distrib for tomato (both based on the standard and tomatousb-rt) that includes snmp as well as a GUI to configure it... For future reference that guide should recommend ppl adding script through echo. Include the domain or workgroup name that the server/workstation hosting the share is a member of. his comment is here What is the binary that this script is trying to run?

Hmmm... Delete the darn line and see if it works without... But the agent itself will bin in a binary directory, not /etc/init.d >   - the "agentx" wasn't into "/var" directory This will be created automatically when you run the agent.

bogderpirat, Feb 9, 2010 #75 bogderpirat Network Guru Member i'd also like to share this nifty little script i've written to start the binary.

I have a WRT54G v2 running on 192.168.1.2. i just left that blank is the way the configuration set up maybe blocking V1/V2c connection attempts? Btw, you are talking about /etc/init.d/snmpd, yes? –uncle-junky Apr 12 '13 at 0:24 Actully, looking in the /etc/init.d/snmpd script I can see that the daemon is referenced at /usr/sbin/snmpd. Find More Posts by acid_kewpie 05-23-2009, 09:50 AM #3 colucix LQ Guru Registered: Sep 2003 Location: Bologna Distribution: CentOS 6.5 OpenSuSE 12.3 Posts: 10,509 Rep: Quote: Originally Posted by

Next, I run the script that I have into "/etc/init.d" folder. Toastman said: ↑ I was quite taken originally with the idea of using SNMP - but that interest quickly evaporated. More or less - it's probably because the script in ''dist/snmpd-init.d" was written for a RedHat-based environment, and things are likely to be subtly different under Ubuntu. weblink Please don't fill out this field.

Message #10 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: David Engel To: Francesco Potorti` , [email protected] Subject: Re: Bug#58411: snmpd; error during upgrade Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 20:57:16 Visit the following links: Site Howto | Site FAQ | Sitemap | Register Now If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. It'll be logged to the "normal" destination,of course - typically via syslog (unless you specify otherwise). Acknowledgement sent to David Engel : Extra info received and forwarded to list.

Remember: Tomato is not running on a full blown PC with Linux and all the libraries installed. shutting down..." when I killed the origional. here's the snmpd.conf i got and used: Code: com2sec ro default public com2sec rw localhost private group public v1 ro group public v2c ro group public usm ro group private v1 Richard>> It was only after I had turned on "read_config" that the exact Richard> error you mentioned showed up.

thing is that apparently, anything that gets read off a cifs share is being cached somewhere - maybe in RAM, and will hence not be loaded from the share itself again