Building opsview for SUSE Linux Enterprise 10

Disclaimer: I don’t take any responsibility for faults within the software, I just provide the RPM’s! Feel free to ask me about stuff concerning these RPM’s, but I ain’t accountable if your stuff goes kaboom

Well, I just looked at opsview again (haha, thanks Alex :-P). Only trouble is, the people over at opsview don’t distribute RPM’s for that … After registering for their site, to download the SRPM’s (or to download anything), I got the RPM’s and started looking at them.

Well, the only things I needed to adjust in opsview-base, opsview-core and opsview-perl were the dependencies. I also needed to rebuild a RPM for perl-Version from Dag Wieers, since opsview-perl required them to even build.

  1. opsview 2.14.1 (build 1695-1)
    • opsview-agent (i586, x86_64)
    • opsview-base (i586, x86_64)
    • opsview-core (noarch)
    • opsview-perl (i586, x86_64)
    • opsview-reports (noarch)
    • opsview-slave (i586, x86_64)
    • opsview-web (noarch)
  2. opsview 3.0.0 (beta, build 1895-1)
    • opsview-agent (i586, x86_64)
    • opsview-base (i586, x86_64)
    • opsview-core (noarch)
    • opsview-perl (i586, x86_64)
    • opsview-reports (noarch)
    • opsview-slave (noarch)
    • opsview-web (noarch)

Installation order is like this:

  1. opsview-base
  2. opsview-perl
  3. opsview-web
  4. opsview-core
  5. opsview-reports

If you are looking for older versions, try the respective directory on distributions.barfoo.org (for example i586 for SLES10).

If you encounter a missing link (either striked or just missing), please note that older builds aren’t available anymore.

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