To ensure your can always get the latest NAV package directly from our package repository, you should:
Here's how to do it:
sudo apt-get install -y curl apt-transport-https ca-certificates dirmngr software-properties-common curl -fsSL https://nav.uninett.no/debian/gpg | sudo apt-key add - sudo add-apt-repository "deb https://nav.uninett.no/debian buster nav" sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nav
If you need additional help in setting up and configuring Graphite on your NAV server, please refer to the how-to guide "Installing Graphite for use with NAV on Debian".
If you have problems with the package itself, please report them at https://github.com/uninett/nav-debian/issues. If you want to report bugs in NAV, you can do so at https://github.com/uninett/nav/issues.
The NAV Debian package used to be maintained by Morten Werner Forsbring at http://pkg-nav.alioth.debian.org/ - the package currently maintained by Uninett is based on his work.
We've built virtual appliances in OVF format for those who want to get quickly started with NAV.
Most popular virtualization environments can import this appliance (Though you may need to use VMWare's OVFTool to import it properly into VMWare).
The appliances are usually built on 64-bit stable versions of Debian GNU/Linux, with NAV installed from the packages available at our APT repository (see the Debian section above). This also means that NAV is easily upgradeable using Debian's aptitude or apt-get tools.
Stable releases are found in the stable/ directory, beta testing releases in the beta/ directory (duh!).
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/etc/aliasesto add a decent email address to forward root's email to. Then run the newaliases command.
/etc/network/interfaces) and restart the networking service using
/etc/hosts.allow(both clients to the NAV web interface and network equipment that send SNMP traps)