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README file for Xymon ===================== What is it ? ------------ Xymon is a system for monitoring your network servers and applications. It is heavily inspired by the Big Brother tool, but is a complete re-implementation with a lot of added functionality and performance improvements. A slightly more detailed rationale for Xymon is in the docs/about.html file. NOTE: On Nov 10 2008, Hobbit was officially renamed to "Xymon". The name "Hobbit" is trademarked, and therefore cannot be used without permission from the trademark holders. How to install -------------- Detailed installation instructions are in the docs/install.html file. Essentially, it boils down to running ./configure make make install but do have a look at the install.html file for more detailed instructions. Documentation ------------- The docs/ directory holds information about the basic installation and configuration of Xymon. All of the tools and configuration files in Xymon have man-pages that are installed automatically when installing Xymon. The xymon(7) man page provides an introduction to Xymon and has pointers to the other man-pages of the package. License ------- Xymon is copyrighted (C) 2002-2011 by Henrik Storner. Xymon is Open Source software, made available under the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2, with the explicit exemption that linking with the OpenSSL libraries is permitted. See the file COPYING for details. Xymon is released under the GPL, and therefore available free of charge. However, if you find it useful and want to encourage further development, I do have an Amazon wishlist at http://www.amazon.co.uk/ - just search for my mail-address (henrik@hswn.dk). A contribution in the form of a book, CD or DVD is appreciated. The following files are distributed with Xymon and used by Xymon, but written by others and are NOT licensed under the GPL: * The lib/rmd160c.c, lib/rmdconst.h, lib/rmdlocl.h and lib/ripemd.h files are Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). The license is BSD-like, but see these files for the exact license. The version in Xymon was taken from the FreeBSD CVS archive. * The lib/md5.c and lib/md5.h files are (C) L. Peter Deutsch, available under a BSD-like license from http://sourceforge.net/projects/libmd5-rfc/ * The lib/sha1.c file is originally written by by Steve Reid <steve@edmweb.com> and placed in the public domain. The version in Xymon was taken from the "mutt" mail client sources, so some changes were done by Thomas Roessler <roessler@does-not-exist.org>. * The lib/rbtr.c and lib/rbtr.h files are by Thomas Nieman, who has released them into the public domain. http://www.epaperpress.com/sortsearch/rbt.html http://www.epaperpress.com/sortsearch/title.html Support ------- There is an open mailing list for discussing Xymon, asking questions about how to use Xymon, reporting bugs etc. You can subscribe to the list by sending an e-mail to xymon-subscribe@xymon.com or on the web http://lists.xymon.com/mailman/listinfo/xymon Please note that mail sent from adresses that are not subscribed to the list need to go through a moderator approval, and therefore may not show up on the list for some time. Updates ------- If you want to be notified of future updates, please subscribe to the xymon-announce mailing list. You can subscribe to the list by sending an e-mail to xymon-announce-subscribe@xymon.com or on the web http://lists.xymon.com/mailman/listinfo/xymon-announce This is a moderated list, used only for announcing new Xymon releases.
Source: README, updated 2011-03-04

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