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My Linux server is SUSE 10.1 64-bit, and I'm running Apache2, php5, MySQL, the latest and greatest. I'm installing Nagios and it is having me add a user under Apache, ...
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    Exclamation htpasswd command: not existant?


    My Linux server is SUSE 10.1 64-bit, and I'm running Apache2, php5, MySQL, the latest and greatest.
    I'm installing Nagios and it is having me add a user under Apache, however the htpasswd command does not exist.

    Code:
    chpas-cacti:~ # htpasswd -c /usr/local/nagios/etc/htpasswd.users nagiosadmin
    -bash: htpasswd: command not found
    What can I do to make this work? Is there another way of doing this? Thanks!
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    I guess I should pay attention more! The instructions for Nagios address "htpasswd," however, I had htpasswd2 and it worked just fine. Now I get to mess with plugins to get the eyes and ears of our network back.
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