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monitoring-plugins on Debian
============================

Some plugins require additional libraries and programs. To prevent you from
having to install dozens of further packages that you don't actually need,
there is no strict dependency on some of them. Rather, they are listed as
recommendations and suggests.

apt-get(8) and aptitude(8) will install recommended packages automatically by
default. If you did not disable this feature you will have everything in place
to operate all plugins when installing the "monitoring-plugins-standard"
package, beside the packages listed as suggests.
Else you have to install missing dependencies manually (see the section "Plugin
dependencies" below).

Plugin dependencies:
--------------------

check_bgpstate:
  * libnet-snmp-perl
  * whois

check_breeze:
  * snmp

check_disk_smb:
  * smbclient

check_dns:
  * dnsutils

check_fping:
  * fping

check_game:
  * qstat

check_ifoperstatus:
  * libnet-snmp-perl

check_ifstatus:
  * libnet-snmp-perl

check_mailq:
  * sendmail binary of qmail or one of the following packages
    - postfix
    - sendmail-bin
    - exim4-daemon-heavy
    - exim4-daemon-light
  * sudo

check_oracle:
  * procps

check_rpc:
  * rpcbind

check_wave:
  * snmp

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