Package Details: rmmagent

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Package Base: rmmagent
Description: Remote Monitoring Agent for GFI Languard Dashboard
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Licenses: custom
Provides: rmmagent
Submitter: dhtseany
Maintainer: dhtseany
Last Packager: dhtseany
Votes: 1
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2016-06-01 01:32
Last Updated: 2018-03-02 16:37

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dhtseany commented on 2018-03-02 16:40

Updated to latest in Debian repo: Let me know if anybody has problems with this latest version.

Edit: If you still have libopenssl-1.0-compat installed, you need to manually remove it before upgrading.

$ sudo pacman -Rdd libopenssl-1.0-compat

...then try installing again.

dhtseany commented on 2017-05-12 20:42

Also, you'll need to remember to import the keys from the dev for libopenssl-1.0-compat for it to pass validation:

$ gpg --recv-keys --keyserver hkp:// D9C4D26D0E604491

dhtseany commented on 2017-05-12 20:36

For agents crashing due to package upgrade to libssl-1.1, update to this package version with libopenssl-1.0-compat as a listed dependency.

If you were already toying around like I was with copying/pasting different files and symbolic links before landing here, this command should help you clear up most of what you did that's preventing it from working now:

$ sudo ln -s /usr/lib/ /usr/lib/
$ sudo ln -s /usr/lib/ /usr/lib/

Keep in mind that the installer for the libopenssl-1.0-compat package should have created those symbolic links for you, however the presence of prior tinkering would have prevented them from installing.

dhtseany commented on 2017-02-10 14:43

@lunahex thanks again for pointing out the newer versions, I'll investigate today and see if I can't get it's adjusted. Here's hoping for native systemd support!

lunahex commented on 2017-02-10 14:31

It looks like there's a new version here: that was updated in December. Might be worth looking into.

dhtseany commented on 2016-11-08 01:12

Thanks to lunahex for kicking me in the butt and fixing this package.

Remember to first run # /usr/rmmagent/rmmagentd -i then tell the setup script No to start the agent, then finally enable and start rmmagentd with systemctl.

Also, I could use some help adapting the older init checks into systemd compatible checks. A great example would be replicating /var/log checks. You'll notice not everything works; that's us dealing with Languard practically abandoning us Linux users by not updating the Linux agent in years.