Install OpenNMS on FreeBSD


# cd /usr/ports/net-mgmt
# wget -c

–2009-05-15 03:17:40–
Connecting to||:80… connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response… 200 OK
Length: 15093 (15K) [application/x-tar]
Saving to: `opennms-164-freebsd-port.tgz’

100%[=====================================================================================================>] 15,093      5.23K/s   in 2.8s

2009-05-15 03:17:45 (5.23 KB/s) – `opennms-164-freebsd-port.tgz’ saved [15093/15093]

Extract and delete

# tar xvzf opennms-164-freebsd-port.tgz && rm opennms-164-freebsd-port.tgz

x opennms/
x opennms/files/
x opennms/distinfo
x opennms/pkg-descr
x opennms/pkg-message
x opennms/pkg-plist
x opennms/Makefile
x opennms/files/
x opennms/files/patch-maven-conf_settings.xml
x opennms/files/patch-pom.xml

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Install ocsinventory-ng and glpi on FreeBSD

Recent search for finding solution for inventory computer in the school lead me to interesting url :

From their architecture page :

“OCS Inventory NG uses an agent, which runs the inventory on client computers, and a management server, which centralizes inventory results, allow viewing inventory results and creating deployment packages.”


Very interesting software. After think a little bit I decide to try to install it on one of FreeBSD jail.

(In case you have old FreeBSD iso, you can try different version that works).

Here’s the steps :

1. Install database server

cd /usr/ports/databases/mysql50-server/ && make install

2. Install ocsinventory-ng

cd /usr/ports/net-mgmt/ocsinventory-ng/ && make install

3. Install logrotate

cd /usr/ports/sysutils/logrotate && make install

mkdir /etc/logrotate.d

mkdir /etc/logrotate.d/ocsinventory-NG

cd /usr/ports/net-mgmt/ocsinventory-ng/work/OCSNG_LINUX_SERVER_1.01


That step will initiate checking screen.

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The kernel requires the following features not present on the CPU 0:6

That message show up when I try to install Ubuntu Server 8.04.2

Looking around, the solution :

apt-get update
apt-get remove linux-server
apt-get install linux-386
apt-get install linux-server

or change linux-386 with linux-generic

will solve that problem.

FreeBSD 7.1 released, get yours now

It seem FreeBSD 7.1 already release and available from torrent first and followed by master ftp.

go get your iso now!

7.0-RELEASE-p6 with freebsd-update

freebsd-update is cool

# freebsd-update fetch
Looking up mirrors… 1 mirrors found.
Fetching metadata signature for 7.0-RELEASE from… done.
Fetching metadata index… done.
Fetching 2 metadata patches.. done.
Applying metadata patches… done.
Inspecting system… done.
Preparing to download files… done.
Fetching 8 patches….. done.
Applying patches… done.

The following files will be updated as part of updating to 7.0-RELEASE-p7:

WARNING: FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE-p6 is approaching its End-of-Life date.
It is strongly recommended that you upgrade to a newer
release within the next 1 month.
edp# freebsd-update install
Installing updates… done.