Trying to install Opennms Horizon on a 64-bit Raspberry Pi, currently receiving unmet dependencies re: opennms-db…current output
root@raspberrypi:/# apt show opennms
Maintainer: Jeff Gehlbach firstname.lastname@example.org
Installed-Size: 9,216 B
Depends: opennms-db (= 27.0.2-1), opennms-server (= 27.0.2-1), opennms-webapp-jetty (= 27.0.2-1)
Recommends: opennms-source (= 27.0.2-1), openjdk-11-jdk-headless | openjdk-11-jdk | adoptopenjdk-11-openj9xl | adoptopenjdk-11-openj9 | adoptopenjdk-11-hotspot | oracle-java8-installer | adoptopenjdk-8-openj9xl | adoptopenjdk-8-openj9 | adoptopenjdk-8-hotspot | openjdk-8-jdk-headless | openjdk-8-jdk | java8-jdk
Download-Size: 2,324 B
APT-Sources: https://debian.opennms.org stable/main arm64 Packages
Description: Enterprise-grade Open-source Network Management Platform (Full Install)
OpenNMS is an enterprise-grade network management system written in Java.
OpenNMS can monitor various network services to determine status and service
level availability. Data collection is performed using protocols such as SNMP
to generate reports and alert on thresholds. An extensible event management
and notification system handles both internally and externally generated
events (such as SNMP traps), and generates notices via email, pager, SMS, etc.
This package provides the components needed for a reasonable default
installation of OpenNMS.
Is there a way to manually install PostgreSQL?