[Ntop] Error Message after install
Noyes, Christopher A.
christopher.noyes at pw.utc.com
Thu Mar 22 20:57:29 CET 2007
Did you check the permissions on /usr/local/share/ntop? (or where ever NTOP
I have ntop run as ntop/ntop and set the permissions of
/usr/local/share/ntop and /usr/local/var/ntop accordingly.
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Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2007 3:54 PM
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Subject: Re: [Ntop] Error Message after install
i've encuntered the same problem on a debian system.
i've compiled ntop ( autogen.sh ; make ; make install ) as root
after strat ntop with "ntop" user
have you search on log? my problem was unauthorized access on
plugins directory for ntop user
check rw right on this directory, try this
Eric Welch wrote:
> Hello All,
> I have successfully install NTOP 3.3rc1 on a Suse Linux Enterprise Server
9 (SLES 9). The autoegen.sh ran completely and successfully (as far as I
can tell). After starting ntop with: "ntop -P /usr/share/ntop -u ntop, I
launch my browser (IE 7) and point the URL to http://<ip address>:3000. The
page comes up but shows broken images. There is an error on the page -
"Please enable make sure that the ntop html/ directory is properly
installed". I don't know where to look for other errors. Any help
regarding this message would be great.
> Thanks in advance,
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