How to Install Nagios 4.0.8 on Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet)

Nagios is an open source software for system and network monitoring. Nagios can see the activity of a host and its services, and provides a warning/alert if something bad happens on the server. Nagios can run on Linux operating systems. At this time we are using Ubuntu 15.04 for the installation.


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How to remove the Windows 10 upgrade notification from Windows 7 and 8.x

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If you’re certain you don’t want to upgrade to Windows 10, or you want to do so at your own pace without being nagged into it, the upgrade notification that appears in Windows 7 and 8.x can be viewed as an unwanted annoyance.

There are plenty of reasons why you might not want to upgrade to Windows 10 as soon as it becomes available — you might be more than happy with your existing OS, or you may wish to wait until Windows 10 has been out for a while and all of the big issues have been patched. After all, you have a year to upgrade for free. If you want to remove the upgrade notification, there’s a simple tool for the job.

I Don’t Want Windows 10 works by removing the Windows system update responsible for the notification.

Run it on Windows 7 or 8 and the tool will remove patch KB3035583, thus killing the update offer in the system tray. This of course is something you can do manually easily enough, but I Don’t Want Windows 10 simplifies the process down to a couple of mouse clicks.

Agree to the terms and conditions of the unofficial patch, accept the Windows prompt and the update will be removed. You may need to reboot your PC for the changes to take effect.

The developer has provided the source code for the program should you wish to check it out.

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How to get the Windows 10 upgrade notification to appear in Windows 7 or 8.x

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If you’re running Windows 7 or 8.x you should by now see a small Windows 10 icon in the system tray. Click this and you can reserve your free Windows 10 upgrade in advance of the operating system’s launch on July 29.

Once you’ve reserved the upgrade, Windows 10 will download as soon as available and you’ll be able to install it at your convenience. However, for some reason this icon isn’t appearing on all systems. It wasn’t on mine for example. If you want to summon the upgrade icon, this is what you’ll need to do.

The first thing to try is make sure Windows Update is set to automatically install all updates on your PC and that your system is fully up to date. That alone might be enough to get the icon to appear. You need to have patch KB3035583 installed.

If that doesn’t do the trick, and it didn’t for me, then try running this batch script which is available on Dropbox (as reported by the always excellent Ghacks).

Run the batch file in admin mode, read the disclaimer and then hit any key. The menu presents you with five choices. Step one is check to make sure update KB3035583 is installed. If it is you can return to the main menu and choose one of three methods to get the notification to appear. There are two quick methods and a longer one. The first one worked instantly for me. I ran it and the icon appeared immediately.

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When the problem is solved, exit the batch script and click on the new upgrade icon and you will be able to reserve your free copy of Windows 10.

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Should you wish to remove the icon, you can follow the instructions here.


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