Nagios – New installation on Debian 9

If you have to install a really great network those such as Nagios those will be steps needed:

1.Installing Apache2 + PHP (Skip if you already have one):

2.Installing Nagios core:

3.Installing Nagios Plugins (needed !)

4.Enable SSL for Nagios (and not only)

 

 

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Why I’m moving from Baikal to Radicale (CalDav & CardDav)

Saber/Dav which is a core component of Baikal is looking for maintainer (full story here)

It’s been some time now that I moved from Google Calendar service to self-hosted, open source solution.

I never notice any down sides with accessibility – maybe my need were simple enough 🙂

 

I’m not saying that Baikal is dead, if your are interested in Baikal fell free to lookup those posts (installation, updating)

 

As for me I started noticing one minor issue I had with Baikal, that is complicated calendar sharing setup – it IS possible to share calendars but its more complicated than it should be, it was announce that sharing will be added later after big code rewrite and I waited (because I wouldn’t even be able to contribute to php7.0+silex anyway), but here I found new solution… Radicale, it also don’t support sharing calendars via web-panel, but for me it got one BIG advanted in sharing zone, user rights, and with one little ACL list I was able to share whatever I wanted.

None of both solution support migration tools for this process so It was a bit of pain (as for now I wasn’t able to find too that would migrate my ‘Tasks’ from calendar, but I never used it as much and migration was done by hand with me clicking 2 buttons on each of 20 tasks I had left)

 

If you are interested, here are links related to process of installing, configure and migrate data from one solution to other:

  • Links coming soon
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Linux – Apache Part 2: Enable SSL

There are multiply reasons why you would like to use ssl for your http and create usable https for you and your viewers.

This post is about SSL configuration for your working www server. If you didn’t setup one right now please go back to this post: Linux – Apache Part 1: Instalation and configuration

Lets begin:

You can always go back and check those posts:

Linux – Apache Part 1: Instalation and configuration

or foward:

Linux – Apache Part 2: Enable SSL

Linux – Apache Part 3: PHP

Linux – Apache Part 4: MySQL and MariaDB Database

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Linux – Apache Part 1: Instalation and configuration

Our own www server is sometimes needed when building webapp, it is also used in internal like in external networks.

Here is as simple recipe for it:

This configuration is proper for local use.

But if your server will be available outside your network then make those also:

Next parts:

Linux – Apache Part 2: Enable SSL

Linux – Apache Part 3: PHP

Linux – Apache Part 4: MySQL and MariaDB Database

 

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