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The best advice here is to never try a multi-version upgrade, say, from 6.x to 9.x - always pass through the intervening major version(s) - certainly as far as Step 6 since ABI (Application Binary Interface) changes may cause serious problems.In such cases one of the CD based direct install methods may be quicker and less risky.
This is a survival guide to keeping Free BSD up-to-date ('ish).
# # $LOG_FILE = '/var/log/monitorix, /var/log/monitorix-httpd' system = n kern = n proc = n hptemp = n lmsens = n nvidia = n disk = n fs = n net = y serv = n mail = y port = n user = y ftp = n apache = n nginx = n lighttpd = n mysql = n squid = n nfss = n nfsc = n bind = n ntp = n fail2ban = n icecast = n raspberrypi = n phpapc = n memcached = n wowza = n int = n Click on the 'OK' button and you should start seeing your graphs. # ERRORS While looking at the logfile (/var/log/monitorix), I came across an error saying permission denied about pangorc.
This is how I fixed it: # mkdir -p /root/.config/pango # chmod 0755 /root/.config # cat /root/.config/pango/pangorc [Pango] Modules Files = /usr/local/etc/pango/pango.modules _EOF # /usr/local/etc/rc.d/monitorix restart Look at the logfile again while refreshing the page.
As with all things Free BSD there are about 100,000 million ways of doing things which can leave folk confused when they read three different HOWTOs all describing different ways to accomplish the same goal. The author of the HOWTO has always done it that way.
There is no attempt to analyze the reasons - it just works.
By default, the build process assumes /usr/src for the source files and places compiled files and applications in /usr/obj.