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You know Nagios in ubuntu 9.10 (which i've already installed). The web interface for Nagios shows status of services/hosts that are currently being monitored. I supposed those (status interface) are displayed onto the page with some written codes behind. Does any one know where and how those codes can be viewed?
That's correct! Unpack the file and you'll have a directory with the name of the package, such as nagios-3.2.1. Inside that directory you'll have another one called cgi and inside that one are the code files used to create the cgi files that are used for the statusmap.
Hmm, i have one question. Is it possible to actually make a new interface to appear in Nagios interface by coding on our own? I mean, we create a new C File, the same as those in tar file, and put it into tar file together with the rest and when we view Nagios interface, our file could actually be displayed?