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Hello Frank

I installed an Ubuntu server, and would like to know if you have any step-by-step manual for me to install OCS Inventory ...

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Step-by-step manual to install OCS Inventory .

Step 1 : Update the repository of linux machine and install ocsinventory-agent with apt-get command,

  • apt-get update
  • apt-get install ocsinventory¬≠agent

Step 2 : At the time of installation process it will prompt you to choose method from http and local which means if you don't have network connection choose Local and if ocs inventory Server is setup then choose "http" and then tab n click OK.

Step 3: After click on ok next will prompt you to enter OCS Inventory Server hostname.

Use : "http://ocsserver-ip/ocsinventory" then select OK.

Step 4 : Installation of Ocsinventory-agent is completed.

Now run below command once in terminal which helps to fetch system information from system to OCS Inventory Server.

  • ocsinventory-agent -t TAG_NAME http://ocsserver-ip/ocsinventory
  • -t : it defines tag name of your system.
  • You can learn more option from "ocsinventory-agent --help"

Above command produced output like below :

[info] Accountinfo file doesn't exist. I create an empty one.

[info] PROLOG_FREQ has changed since last process(old=,new=24)

[info] No support detected. Registration key: N/A

[info] [download] Beginning work. I am 12548.

[info] [download] No more package to download.

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