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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote This tutorial shown you how to Steps to Install Cacti Network Monitoring Tool on Ubuntu 17.04. Step 1: Update the Repositories #apt-get update Step 2: Add the Repository #add-apt-repository ‘deb trusty universe’ #apt-get update Step 3: Install the Dependencies #apt-get install apache2 mysql-server-5.7 php libapache2-mod-php Step 4: Configure MySql #mysql -u root -p Enter and Set the password If face any error then restart mysql service. #service mysql restart Step 5: Install SNMP, SNMPD and RRDtools: #apt-get install snmp snmpd rrdtool Step 6: Install Cacti on Ubuntu #apt-get install cacti cacti-spine Configure Cacti 1. Select “apache2” as web server 2. Enter the Root Password-2 Times 3. Select Unix Socket for Connection Method 4. Add Mysql root password Step 7: Restart the Following Services # service snmpd restart # service mysql restart # service apache2 restart Step 8: Cacti Web Installation Setup open web browser http://your-server_ip-address/cacti Video Rating: / 5 Hi Guys 😀 Here is an update on all the Cacti & Succulent Plant seedlings I have grown from seed this year in 2018 😀 If you want to know how to grow Cacti from seed check out my videos i have made on How to Grow Cacti from Seed : How to care for Cacti and Succulent Seedlings in their first Winter : ★ Check out my website ★ Instagram: ★ Facebook ★ Twitter Thank you for watching, please give me a Like and I would love you to SUBSCRIBE for regular updates and take a look at my other Cacti and Succulent and nature videos to see my weird and wacky cacti and other succulent plants up close and personal. HAPPY GROWING GUY’S 🙂 Royalty Free Music Music By Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative […]


  • fifi 1 year ago

    Beautiful update on those babies Lyn, they are so cute 🙂

  • Simone Murari 1 year ago

    They' re a beautiful mini cactus collection.

  • Todd 1 year ago

    Seedlings are looking great and heathy Lynn, thanks for the update! My 56 varieties are all still kicking here. I was fighting a nasty case of fungus gnats for the ones out of bags for a while, finally got em under control. I was looking back at your LED grow light videos here as I have been thinking about picking a couple up for the winter here.

  • Kathy Gilbreath 1 year ago

    That’s fantastic!! Their growing so well. Good going.

  • Fam. Cactaceae and other beauties 1 year ago

    We have a plant invation… They are so beautyful! Very nice video my LOVE! Love to see the little seedlings in plant room 1 like this… They are stunning Darling!
    <3 <3 <3 XXXXXX <3 <3 <3

  • Coleman Remington 1 year ago

    Very awesome! Thanks again for the video!

  • Olga's dreamland 1 year ago

    They are so cute. When is little and you see them form is so wonderful. All they doing so well. Many many babies.

  • LGW3 Orchids & Exotics 1 year ago

    Lyn, all of your seedlings look great! You truly have the magic touch of patience and TLC for plants. It's so amazing to see the little cacti seedling balls (no larger than a pinhead) grow into small cacti! I have had to do a doubletake myself; as I thought those small balls might be some sort of fertilizer or something. Can't wai to see the seedlings grow!

  • DEA- Exotics 1 year ago

    awesome video

  • Kaitlyn Jacques 1 year ago

    Great update Lyn! 🙂

  • 19grand 1 year ago

    Plenty of rain water for your cacti this weekend. I know I did!!
    Euphorbia' s look wonderful. All plants do but I allow myself a preference now and again.

  • Konstantin Sokolov 1 year ago

    :O awesome. Planted my san pedros couple weeks ago and they just started popping out of the ground. Excited!

  • crazyskateboarding00 1 year ago

    That's amazing you got saguaros, I wish you luck, will be great to see the progress,

  • Hemantha Senapathi 1 year ago

    nice.. useful thanks

  • Angie S 1 year ago

    Great batch of cacti seedlings! Can't wait for future updates on them. Happy Growing! ♥️

  • 巨人の 肩 1 year ago

    Do you water you desert-cactus seedlings during the winter?

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