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How to install ASWM Enterprise monitoring software on Linux (CentOS 6.5)

Has anyone gotten the ASUS ASWM Enterprise monitoring software installed and working on Linux? More specifically CentOS 6.5? I just purchased the ASUS Z9PE-D16/2L motherboard and installed CentOS 6.5 with the plan of moving all of my websites to a dedicated server. One that I control.

ASUS-ASWM-Enterprise

I’ve downloaded the newest version of ASWM Enterprise for Linux from the ASUS support website. I then made sure that all prerequisite applications were present. I navigate to the ASWM folder using Terminal and type ./install.sh.

Shortened version of errors below.

Starting ipmi drivers: [  OK  ]
Detect BMC successful
Starting alive4: [  OK  ]
Starting DaemonCurrentSensor: Could not create file parser context for file “/root/ASWMLinuxAgent/XML/MySensorThresholdToUpLoad.xml”: No such file or directory at /root/ASWMLinuxAgent/Moduel/GetSensorIsExistStatus.pm line 29
Compilation failed in require at /root/ASWMLinuxAgent/Moduel/SensorReadingPack.pm line 64.
BEGIN failed–compilation aborted at /root/ASWMLinuxAgent/Moduel/SensorReadingPack.pm line 64.
Compilation failed in require at script/DaemonCurrentSensor.pl line 16.
BEGIN failed–compilation aborted at script/DaemonCurrentSensor.pl line 16. [FAILED]
Starting DaemonCheckClientTaskList: [  OK  ]
Starting DaemonUpdateBMCInfo: [  OK  ]
Starting DaemonUpdateBasicInfo:
Starting DaemonGetUtilization: [  OK  ]
Starting DaemonGetDiskInfo: [  OK  ]
Starting ConnectTest:
Starting DaemonCheckRAIDStatus:

I receive several error messages during the install.

So many that I would go insane trying to figure them all out. For the most part it appears to have installed. Now I just need to figure out how to launch it. When I installed the ASWM Enterprise software on Windows, it created a desktop shortcut that took me to a website.

I’ve looked around but can not find how to launch the application in Linux. This is where I’m stuck. If someone can help please let me know below.

Thanks in advance.

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John Bousman is an MCSA, MCTS, MCP, Net+ and A+ Certified Technician. He is also an avid Web Developer, WordPress Jedi, SEO Connoisseur and owner of an IT Firm in the Midwest. During the day he helps tackles Server Administration and Desktop Support issues for small business. With over 15 years experience installing, configuring and troubleshooting retail and enterprise software, he's seen it all. Make sure you checkout his profile on Google+.

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