Setup and Configuration guide for Nagios Core on any Fedora/Linux based OS (incl. CentOS & Red Hat). This guide would allow you to setup Nagios Monitoring Server up and running in roughly 15 mins. The process would involve installing yum packages and then compiling Nagios from source.

NOTE: You need to a be a ROOT user to compile and install Nagios Core.

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Its now possible to install latest Nagios CORE version on Raspbian by following the steps in this article. Before writing this article I Googled for the same but couldn't find a single article covering install of latest version of Nagios on RasberryPi hence this guide. It has been fully tested and working on my personal RasPi.

This guide was originally written for Ubuntu but will work for Raspbian (Debian Wheezy) flavour for RasberryPi as well. It might work for all debian distros but not guranteed, you can try it out yourself.

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