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- View SourceNatively compile and install MRTG on the slug.
Make sure you have some 250MB available in /share/conf
1. Install Unslung 3.18-beta.
2. Install the following packages: autoconf, automake, bash, bison,
bzip2, coreutils, cvs, diffutils, ed, findutils, flex, gawk, grep,
groff, libdb, libstdc++, m4, make, ncurses, openssh, patch, perl,
sed, tar, wget-ssl
3. # ipkg install crosstool-native (make sure that it installs 117MB
4. # ipkg install zlib
5. # ipkg install libpng
6. # ipkg install libjpeg
7. # ipkg install libgd
Get MRTG from http://people.ee.ethz.ch/~oetiker/webtools/mrtg/pub and
decompress it in /opt/src/mrtg-2
8. # cd /share/hdd/conf/tmp
9. # wget http://people.ee.ethz.ch/~oetiker/webtools/mrtg/pub/mrtg-
10. # tar -xzv -f mrtg-2.11.1.tar.gz
11. # cd /share/hdd/conf/tmp/mrtg-2.11.1
Now, you decide where to install it. Let's say /opt/mrtg-2
12. # mkdir /opt/mrtg-2
Since mrtg usualy looks for libraries every place else but /opt/lib,
we need to point just about everything.
13. # LDFLAGS=-Wl,-rpath=/opt/lib
14. # export LDFLAGS
Now we begin configuring...
15. # ./configure --prefix=/opt/mrtg-2 \
After some waiting it will configure. Then you "make" it.
16. # make
17. # make install
After some more waiting mrtg makes itself comfortable in /opt/mrtg-2
Now you can use the built in script to configure it. It is
in /opt/mrtg-2/bin. More info on how to do that can be found here:
- View SourceOn Mon, 2005-05-02 at 19:06 +0000, k_velikov wrote:
> Natively compile and install MRTG on the slug.Thanks for your effort. I'd encourage you to build mrtg within the
unslung build environment, though. That way it can be packaged up and
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