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-===== Opsview Yum repository for Red Hat Enterprise and CentOS Linux =====+This page is deprecated.
-The easiest way to install Opsview on RHEL and CentOS is to use the yum repositories. +For the latest Opsview Pro or Opsview Enterprise, see: 
-==== Supported SLES, RHEL and CentOS Releases ====+    * [[opsview-latest:centos-installation|CentOS Linux]] 
 +    * [[opsview-latest:rhel-installation|Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)]] 
 +    * [[opsview-latest:rpm-installation|Red Hat/CentOS rpm installation]] (without direct network access) 
 +    * [[opsview-latest:sles-installation|SUSE Linux Enterprise Server]]
-Information on supported releases can be found [[opsview-community:platforms|here]]+For Opsview Core, see: 
 +    * [[opsview-core:centos-installation|CentOS Linux]] 
 +    * [[opsview-core:rhel-installation|Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)]] 
 +    * [[opsview-core:sles-installation|SUSE Linux Enterprise Server]]
-==== RPMForge repositories ==== 
-Set up [[http://rpmrepo.org/RPMforge|RPMForge]] to install any necessary dependancies by downloading and installing the RPMForge release package 
- 
-  wget http://packages.sw.be/rpmforge-release/rpmforge-release-0.3.6-1.<DIST>.rf.<ARCH>.rpm 
-  rpm -Uhv rpmforge-release-0.3.6-1.<DIST>.rf.<ARCH>.rpm 
- 
-Where <DIST> is one of 
- 
-  * el4 for RHEL4/CentOS4 
-  * el5 for RHEL5/CentOS5 
- 
-and <ARCH> is one of 
- 
-  * i386 
-  * x86_64 
- 
-=== RPMForge Mirrors === 
- 
-If the site specified in the above ''wget'' is not available, there is a list of alternative sites to obtain the package on the [[https://rpmrepo.org/RPMforge/Mirrors|RPMForge web site]]. 
-==== Opsview repositories ==== 
- 
-Then, use your favourite editor to create the file ''/etc/yum.repos.d/opsview.repo'' containing the following lines:  
- 
-  [opsview] 
-  name = Opsview 
-  baseurl = http://downloads.opsview.com/opsview-community/latest/yum/<OS>/$releasever/$basearch 
-  enabled = 1 
-  protect = 0 
-  gpgcheck = 0 
- 
-**Opsview Enterprise Subscription** users should instead use the following ''baseurl'' 
- 
-<code> 
-# This requires authentication 
-baseurl = https://<username>:<password>@downloads.opsview.com/opsview-enterprise/latest/yum/<OS>/$releasever/$basearch 
-</code> 
- 
-Where: 
-  * OS is //sles//,  //centos// or //rhel// 
- 
-For example, CentOS **community** users can use the following baseurl: 
-  baseurl = http://downloads.opsview.com/opsview-community/latest/yum/centos/$releasever/$basearch 
- 
-**Opsview Enterprise Subscription** users can specify the version of Opsview if they do not want to track the latest enterprise version (use the major version instead of ''latest'' such as ''3.4'' or ''3.6'', etc) 
- 
-For example, **enterprise** users can use the following baseurl for tracking major releases: 
-  baseurl = http://user:pass@downloads.opsview.com/opsview-enterprise/latest/yum/centos/$releasever/$basearch 
- 
-or the following baseurl for only tracking releases of 3.6: 
-  baseurl = http://user:pass@downloads.opsview.com/opsview-enterprise/3.6/yum/centos/$releasever/$basearch 
- --- //[[duncan.ferguson@opsera.com|Duncan Ferguson]] 2010/02/18 11:01// 
- 
-=== Automatic dependencies === 
- 
-Yum should automatically work out all dependencies when installing Opsview, but in the event that installing the ''opsview'' package does not also bring in ''opsview-base'', ''opsview-perl'', etc then follow these steps 
- 
-  * Ensure ''yum-updatesd-helper'' is not running 
-  * ''yum remove opsview'' 
-  * ''yum clean all'' 
-  * ''yum makecache'' 
- 
-Running ''yum deplist opsview'' should now show the correct dependacies and allow ''opsview'' to be installed correctly. 
- 
-===== RHEL specific notes ===== 
- 
-**Note**: if rrdtool is > 1.3, then you will also need to install 
- 
-  * dejavu-lgc-fonts. 
-===== CentOS specific notes ===== 
- 
-**Note**: if rrdtool is > 1.3, then you will also need to install 
- 
-  * dejavu-lgc-fonts. 
- 
-===== SLES specific notes ===== 
- 
-There is nothing specific for SLES at this time. 
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