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installed nagios nrpe into remote machine from ubuntu repository

sudo apt-get install nagios-nrpe-server

and plugins as

sudo apt-get install nagios-plugins-basic nagios-plugins nagios-plugins-extra

but in /usr/lib/nagios/plugins location check_nrpe is missing.

How to get that plugin into this location. And i m really new to this nagios

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What distro are you running? Version? –  MadHatter Jul 2 at 10:20
    
Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Release: 14.04 Codename: trusty –  sivashanmugam Jul 2 at 10:27
    
why i can't able to post questions in server fault ? –  sivashanmugam Jul 2 at 10:40
    
I'm not sure I understand you: you have posted a question in Server Fault, so your ability to do so ought not to be in question. –  MadHatter Jul 2 at 10:42
    
ok .. do u have the solution for my issue –  sivashanmugam Jul 2 at 10:47

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At least on Debian (may be the same for Ubuntu) you need the nagios-nrpe-plugin package. Install that, too.

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thanks for your reply .. when i am tried to install nagios-nrpe-plugin there are some other services like apache,php,mysql and nagios3 also starts installing –  sivashanmugam Jul 3 at 5:12
    
how to aviod that .. pls guide me –  sivashanmugam Jul 3 at 5:12

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