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Old 06-03-2004, 08:29 PM   #1
ducati620
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rrd mrtg & mrtg-rrd.cgi


Hi,

Until present I used with succes mrtg for generating my graphs on my LAN, which is formed by 5 computers.
Now I want to use rrdtool for making my graphs, but I can't handle with
mrtg-rrd.cgi script, even the documentation of the script is preaty clear.

My rrd files are generated but I can't generate my html file with mrtg-rrd.cgi script for viewing the graphs.

Here is my output:

# ./mrtg-rrd.cgi
Location: http ://localhost/./mrtg-rrd.cgi/

and that's all.

How can this thing be done?

Thanks,
 
  


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