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Remstats was written by Thomas Erskine at the CRC in Canada and now looking for work.

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What you need to install remstats

  1. You'll need perl, at least version 5.005_03. If you don't already have it you can get it from CPAN (the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network).
  2. You'll need a C compiler that works. :-) gcc or egcs will do fine and you can find them easily in many different places.
  3. Make sure you have the following perl modules installed (most of which you can find at CPAN). The versions are the versions I'm using, but more recent versions should work too, unless there have been radical changes. They should be installed in the listed order to avoid dependency problems:
  4. You'll also need the following programs for the unix-status-server. (You can change the locations at the top of it.) You almost certainly have most of these and can ignore any that you don't tell the unix-status-collector to query. For details, look in the unix-status-server docs:
    	uname vmstat df uptime netstat ps ftpcount qmail-qstat


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