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# cat /proc/version
> Linux version 2.6.9-023stab048.6-enterprise (root@rhel4-32) (gcc version 3.4.5 20051201 (Red Hat 3.4.5-2)) #1 SMP Mon Nov 17 19:09:18 MSK 2008

This is Redhat4, right? and i do not have yum? do not work at all.

Thx in advance

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By "i do not have yum" I'm assuming you mean that you do not have munin / munin-node available in an installed yum repository. That is true by default. I would suggest installing the EPEL repository.

I have directions for installing it here (you'll just need to change your URLs for RHEL4 as below):

Install RHEL4 EPEL on 32-bit Systems:

sudo rpm -Uvh

Install RHEL4 EPEL on 64-bit Systems:

sudo rpm -Uvh

Once you have installed the new repository you should be able to install Munin via yum pretty easily. The command should just be:

yum install munin munin-node

More details here:

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