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net-snmp-config error build directory

Posted on 2016-09-15
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Hello Experts,

I have done crosscompile the net-snmp for arm-linux and already uploaded to arm board. I would like to add user before trying snmpwalk with command net-snmp-config.

The problem is when I tried to run ./net-snmp-config w/o any options I have got an error message below

syntax error at 'check_build_dir'
you must specify build directory

This issue does not a problem when I compile in ubuntu linux.

Thank you
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by:Mazdajai
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You hadn't specify how you install it and the source file, can you list the steps and the commands you ran?
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Hello,

I stopped trying to add user using net-snmp-config. I created new config file snmpd.conf on arm board instead and start snmpd with this config file. Problem solved.

Thank you.
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by:trazodone
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problem was solved by myself.
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