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Ubuntu / Debian / Raspbian Development Builds

This directory contains binary development builds.

Adding the ntop Repository

Before installing ntop packages, you need to add the official ntop repository. Below are instructions for any of the supported distributions.

Ubuntu

20.04 LTS

To install the programs in Ubuntu 20.04 open your shell and type:

apt-get install software-properties-common wget add-apt-repository universe wget https://packages.ntop.org/apt/20.04/all/apt-ntop.deb apt install ./apt-ntop.deb

18.04 LTS

To install the programs in Ubuntu 18.04 open your shell and type:

apt-get install software-properties-common wget add-apt-repository universe wget https://packages.ntop.org/apt/18.04/all/apt-ntop.deb apt install ./apt-ntop.deb

16.04 LTS

To install the programs in Ubuntu 16.04 open your shell and type:

wget https://packages.ntop.org/apt/16.04/all/apt-ntop.deb apt install ./apt-ntop.deb

Debian

Debian 10 (Buster)

Before to install make sure to edit /etc/apt/sources.list and add "contrib" at the end of each line that begins with deb and deb-src. Then, type in your shell:

wget https://packages.ntop.org/apt/buster/all/apt-ntop.deb apt install ./apt-ntop.deb

Debian 9 (Stretch)

Before to install make sure to edit /etc/apt/sources.list and add "contrib" at the end of each line that begins with deb and deb-src. Then, type in your shell:

wget https://packages.ntop.org/apt/stretch/all/apt-ntop.deb apt install ./apt-ntop.deb

Debian 8 (Jessie)

To install the programs in Debian 8 open your shell and type:

wget https://packages.ntop.org/apt/jessie/all/apt-ntop.deb dpkg -i apt-ntop.deb echo "deb http://archive.debian.org/debian jessie-backports main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list echo 'Acquire::Check-Valid-Until no;' > /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/99no-check-valid-until apt-get update && apt-get install libjson-c2

Raspbian (stretch_pi)

To install the programs in Raspbian (stretch_pi) open your shell and type:

echo "deb http://apt.ntop.org/stretch_pi armhf/" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ntop.list echo "deb http://apt.ntop.org/stretch_pi all/" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ntop.list

Installing ntop Packages

Once the ntop repository has been added, you can run the following commands (as root) to install ntop Packages:

apt-get clean all apt-get update apt-get install pfring-dkms nprobe ntopng n2disk cento

You can (optionally) install the ZC drivers as follows:

apt-get install pfring-drivers-zc-dkms

You can optionally install the nBox GUI (if avilable for your distro) as follows:

apt-get install nbox

To install nedge (if available for your distro) you can run the following command:

apt-get install nedge

Note that ntopng must not be installed together with nedge. Remove ntopng before installing nedge.

As every night we build new packages, if you want to keep your system up-to-date, every morning you can do:

apt-get update apt-get upgrade


Notes
  • Most software work without licenses. However some components do need a license. They include:
    • PF_RING ZC user-space libraries
    • nProbe (NetFlow/IPFIX probe)
    • n2disk (packet to disk application)
  • The nBox GUI is available only for selected distributions.
  • ntop suggests to use Ubuntu Server LTS or CentOS x64.
  • If you are a nProbe user and want to install a nprobe package with no dependency, please install the nprobes
    (rather than the nprobe) package. Note that you can either install the nprobe or the nprobes package
    but NOT both simultaneously.
You can find more info on the ntop site, or acquire licenses on the ntop e-shop.

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[PARENTDIR]Parent Directory  -  
[DIR]wheezy/2018-06-15 07:37 -  
[DIR]stretch_pi/2017-10-18 09:37 -  
[DIR]stretch/2017-07-06 23:14 -  
[   ]ntop.key2016-05-02 15:12 3.1K 
[DIR]jessie/2017-02-18 08:25 -  
[DIR]buster_pi/2019-07-24 13:42 -  
[DIR]buster/2019-07-24 13:56 -  
[DIR]20.04/2020-05-05 10:13 -  
[DIR]18.04/2018-05-05 10:05 -  
[DIR]16.04/2016-04-23 11:27 -  

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