You need to install the bcfg2-web package that is available for your particular distribution. All packages for Fedora are in the Fedora Package Collection.
You can find packages for CentOS and RHEL in EPEL:
[root@system01 ~]# yum -y install bcfg2-web
The same packages are needed for Debian/Ubuntu systems:
[root@system01 ~]# aptitude install bcfg2-web
Add Reporting to the plugins line of bcfg2.conf. The resulting [server] section should look something like this:
[server] repository = /var/lib/bcfg2 plugins = Base,Bundler,Cfg,...,Reporting [reporting] transport = LocalFilesystem
You then need to initialize the reporting database:
[root@system01 ~]# bcfg2-admin reports init
Start/restart the Bcfg2 server:
[root@system01 ~]# /etc/init.d/bcfg2-server restart
Start the Bcfg2 report collector:
[root@system01 ~]# /etc/init.d/bcfg2-report-collector start
Run the Bcfg2 client in order to populate the statistics database.
Copy server/statistics sections of bcfg2.conf to /etc/bcfg2-web.conf (make sure it is world-readable). You should then have something like this:
[server] repository = /var/lib/bcfg2 plugins = Base,Bundler,Cfg,...,Reporting [database] engine = sqlite3 # 'postgresql', 'mysql', 'mysql_old', 'sqlite3' or 'ado_mssql'. name = user = # Not used with sqlite3. password = # Not used with sqlite3. host = # Not used with sqlite3. port = [reporting] transport = LocalFilesystem
Restart apache and point a browser to your Bcfg2 server.
If using sqlite be sure the sql database file and directory containing the database are writable to apache.