A new version of Forticlient SSLVPN is available. This version was packaged with the FortiOS 5.4.4 release. You can find the download here on the project page. Cheers.
A new version of Forticlient SSLVPN is available. This version was packaged with the FortiOS 5.4.3 release. You can find the download here on the project page. Happy new year.
A new version of Forticlient SSLVPN is available. This version was packaged with the FortiOS 5.4.2 release. You can find the download here on the project page. Cheers.
A new version of Forticlient SSLVPN is available, as usual you can find the download at the project page. Cheers.
There seems some strange problems when installing packages build on Ubuntu 14.04 on Ubuntu 16.04 systems. Therefore I am changing my build system to Ubuntu 16.04 for current and future releases of the Forticlient SSLVPN package.
You can try the new builds as usual on the project page.
There are now updated .deb packages for the Forticlient SSLVPN for 32 and 64bit Ubuntu/Debians available, you can find it at the project page. Enjoy.
Just for information: check_mk has already released a stable release for version 1.26 here: https://mathias-kettner.de/check_mk_download.php?HTML=yes
This means all previous posts about check_mk 1.2.6 are obsolete now, just use the stable release. But still thanks for using my version beforce : – )
There are now updated .deb packages for the Forticlient SSLVPN for 32 and 64bit Ubuntu/Debians available, you can find it at the project page. Have fun.
As i mentioned in a previous post, check_mk 1.2.6 is now included in the current git master development tree of OMD. You can check it out here: http://git.mathias-kettner.de/git/?p=omd.git;a=summary
This also means check_mk 1.2.6 with inventory support is also build as snapshot package for various OSes by OMD themself. So i will provide no longer an OMD build, please use the snapshot build from: http://files.omdistro.org/nightly/
Maybe in the future i can provide this service again 🙂
Update 02.03.2017: This package is no longer supported and maintained. Please download package with integrated OMD here: https://mathias-kettner.de/check_mk_download.php
Update 10.04.2015: I have now added a RHEL/CentOS 7 package as requested, have fun
check_mk author Mathias Kettner released version 1.2.6 just a few days ago. It has a lot new features and bugfixes, so its worth to upgrade. A feature i was waiting for is the new “inventory” system which collects hard- and software details from each pc where the check_mk agent is installed and a little plugin called “mk_inventory” is deployed.
As i use the free OMD packaging system i was also waiting for a new release with check_mk version 1.2.6. Unfortunately even the latest version on git does not have the new 1.2.6 version packaged. So i decided to package my own version of OMD with check_mk 1.2.6 . For this i checked out the latest git version and modified it for the new check_mk version.
All who want to try this can download the updated OMD package here:
OMD package for Ubuntu 14.04 64bit (Debian 64bit should work too)
OMD package for RHEL/Centos 6 64bit
OMD package for RHEL/Centos 7 64bit
It will side install a new OMD version 1.30.
Line 763 change “fname = ‘%s-%s.css’ % (css, defaults.check_mk_version)” to “fname = ‘%s.css’ % css”
Line 778 change “fname = ‘js/%s-%s.js’ % (js, defaults.check_mk_version)” to “fname = ‘js/%s.js’ % js”
After this fix the check_mk website should load normally. I know this is a quick and dirty fix, but its good for try out the new features. I also hope the will release the officiall version soon.
Important 2: There is is one more fix needed so inventory is aktually displayed in the check_mk GUI in file “/opt/omd/versions/1.30/share/check_mk/modules/inventory.py”.
Line 49 change path to your actually used omd instance for example “filelist = glob.glob(“/omd/sites/your_omd_site/share/check_mk/inventory/*”)“. I know this es even a more dirty hack, maybe i will improve it, but for testing or if you use only one active site inventory will work now as expected.