I'm hoping that some Open Source warriors can give me a hand here.
As the title states, I'm trying to install Netlogger 3.1.5 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (x64). I was thrilled that it's even available, as I'm not a fan of the existing Linux logging offerings but truly enjoy Netlogger.
Here are some of the issues I'm having;
1] When using the deb package, nothing happens. Nada zip nothing. Well that's not entirely true - it appears in the Software Center with a tempting little Install button but when I click that nothing happens.
2] So I tried to be craft and compile it from the tgz file. It seems to install correctly and I even used the suggested directors in the README file (/usr/local/share/netlogger where share exists and netlogger does not). Within /share/netlogger I can see what I assume are all the required files, including the netlogger executable, but it does nothing when opening. I tried to open using netlogger from the terminal, and tried sudo netlogger but I get the response "netlogger:command not found".
Can anyone help here? Please ask questions for more information or whatever is needed. I'm just hoping to get this working.