[rrd-users] [FORGED] Re: Installing rrdtool on Linux machine

azeddine bezzir a_bezzir at yahoo.fr
Wed Mar 2 09:59:17 CET 2016

Thank you all for your time, really appreciated you cooperation, let me clarify my need:
The machine i am trying to install rrdtool on it, is not mine, it belong to my company, so i cannot install another OS on it, or change any configuration.I want to manually install the tool, and i have already downloaded the package, what i want to know is:
- How to identify the dependencies needed for this installation?- Once identified, from where can i manually download them?
Hope i was clear now.
Please if someone can help me this way, i will be thankful.

    Le Lundi 29 février 2016 22h17, Steve Shipway <s.shipway at auckland.ac.nz> a écrit :

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Steve  Steve ShipwayT: +64 9 3737 599 ext 86487E: s.shipway at auckland.ac.nz(    

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