Nagios Enterprise Monitoring Server
NEMS Linux is free to download and use. Please consider supporting the project by becoming a patron, shopping through our affiliate links, or directly donating.
Current Version: 1.4.1
Minimum SD Card Size: 8 GB
Recommended SD Card Size: 16 GB
Visit the NEMS Certified Hardware page to buy your device, complete with the Micro SD card, a power adapter, a good solid case, and more.
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Psst! NEMS Linux was a boatload of work. If you appreciate the nights of cuddles my wife lost, please help me treat her to a very nice romantic dinner by throwing something in the tip jar.
There is a known RTC issue on the A64+. A known kernel issue exists that affects some A64+ boards. If affected, your clock may jump 99 years into the future—which subsequently impacts many of the NEMS services. I am working with the Pine64 community in hopes of releasing a new build in the near future which remedies this potential issue.
A network connection is required at boot. NEMS is intended to be administered via SSH, so if you do not have networking at boot, it is likely you will have to hard power off the device and boot up with the network cable connected. If you see nothing but a flashing cursor, plug in your network cable. If your NEMS server then shows 127.0.0.1 as the IP address, you will need to reboot to get an IP address from your DHCP server. As NEMS is intended to operate as a headless server, there is also no guarantee that a connected display or keyboard will function.