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How to install Cacti on Debian or Ubuntu

Cacti is a web based PHP/MySql graphing solution using the RRDtool engine. Classically, it can graph network bandwidthes with SNMP. But in fact, a lot of different graphs can be done with snmp, shell or perl scripts.
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The following programs are needed to run cacti:

- apache2 for the web server
- mysql-server for the database
- php5 for the server-based script
- php5-common
- php5-cgi
- php5-cli
- php5-mysql

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