Just wanted to trial opflow since ntopng is unintuitive for us...but I can't launch:
The path I assume to the folder, is missing:
Not sure what info you need for this one...
Here is compiled fix to get it to work on debian stretch/9
Then run installer again
Then continue from here: opFlow 3 Installation Guide#nfdump
Our development team has provided a work around. Prior to installing opFlow please execute the following commands as root.
Then run the opFlow installer as normal. I've tested this on a Debeian9 minimal install and it worked well for me.
Hi Christopher, So the workaround is to add the jessie mongo repo to a stretch install? It fails still though, I think I need the GPG key for that repo, but I'm not sure how to add it?: ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Updating packages, please wait... ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ W: GPG error: http://repo.mongodb.org/apt/debian jessie/mongodb-org/3.2 Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY D68FA50FEA312927 W: The repository 'http://repo.mongodb.org/apt/debian jessie/mongodb-org/3.2 Release' is not signed. MongoDB package is installed locally. MongoDB version is 3.2.11.
Oh wait, it's: apt-key adv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv D68FA50FEA312927 Still no webui though?
I've tested an opFlow install on Debian 9 and found that it did not install properly. We've raised a ticket with our development team. They are currently working on it.
If you are working off our Virtual Machine (VM) it comes preinstalled with opFlow. You should be able to launch it directly from the Modules menu. However, if that doesn't work this URL should (replace your_server)
Hi Mark, it's a manual install on Debian Stretch. Originally just for nmis 8.6.2 Do I need to also run the installers for any other of your packages? If yes, in what order? If yes, would I potentially have to pay for those as well after the trial period? On bare metal, away from our virtual environment for observational purposes (if it was virtual, and it's hypervisor went down, we'd be blind to the rest of the network!)
Hello Harry, Sounds like our installer did not handle the new Debian Stretch release well. If NMIS is up and running OK, then what you can do is run this: sudo apt-get install dirmngr Then re-run the opFlow installer. That should get opFlow installed properly. Let us know how it goes. Best, Mark H
Hi Mark, Have done as advised, but still no luck. Does the following have any relevance? ##START OF CODE The Opmantek daemon can now be started. It needs to be active to provide the opFlow GUI. Do you want to start the Opmantek daemon now? Type 'y' or hit <Enter> to accept, any other key for 'no': y Starting OMKD opCharts not installed or NMISd init script not installed as /etc/init.d/nmisd opEvents not installed or opEvents daemon init script not installed as /etc/init.d/opeventsd. opConfig not installed or opConfig daemon init script not installed as /etc/init.d/opconfigd. ##END OF CODE No other errors reported during the installation, I watched very keenly...