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Use the following link instead : wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/nagios/nagios-4.x/nagios-4.0.1/nagios-4.0.1.tar.gz Note : I don't know if you have a particular reason to want 4.0.1 but the latest version is 4.1.1 : wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/nagios/nagios-4.x/nagios-4.1.1/nagios-4.1.1.tar.gz
After a quick chat, I noted that the DNS entries causing you to resolve your queries.Adding DNS entries to /etc/resolv.conf made me clear that it is indeed the DNS. Ways of adding DNS entries listed below; Adding additional entries to resolv.conf Create a file under /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/ as tail and add them there. sudo nano ...
I'd like to point out that there are two different paths there. First hand you have a static IP, second you are unlucky and you IP is dynamic. If your IP is static then the problem is quiet simple : -> Go to your registrar website (where you bought your domain) -> Find out how to EDIT your DNS ZONE -> Add a new "A" record (I guess A stands for ...
sudo dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf Say yes to "prepare /etc/resolve.conf for dynamic updates?" sudo reboot
I suggest you set the DNS nameservers in Network Manager. Right-click the NM icon and select 'Edit Connections.' Select your relevant interface, either ethernet or wifi. Select IPv4 settings and change the mode from Automatic (DHCP) to Automatic (DHCP) addresses only. Fill in your DNS nameservers, save and close.
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