Ubuntu and Debian
In the cases of Ubuntu and Debian systems, the procedures related to working with the logtrust-system and devo-monitor packages are basically identical. This article covers:
The configuration utilities for the packages are fully described here.
These procedures were tested on Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial) and 18.04 (Bionic).
Installing the packages
You can install these packages by adding them to the repository list.
First, add the Devo repository to the system repository list and create a file called devo.list in the /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ directory with the following commands:
wget -qO - http://packages.devo.com/PublicKey | sudo apt-key add - echo "deb http://packages.devo.com/ bionic devo" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/devo.list
Update the APT local database, then install the devo-monitor package using these commands:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -f logtrust-system devo-monitor
After installing the packages, they will launch automatically. For a complete description of the configuration process, see the Configuration packages for *nix article.
Reconfiguring the utilities
In case you need to reconfigure the utilities, you can do it using these commands:
sudo logtrust-system-configure sudo devo-monitor-configure
sudo dpkg-reconfigure logtrust-system sudo dpkg-reconfigure devo-monitor
Uninstalling the packages
You can use either of the APT or dpkg tools to remove the packages from the machine.
apt-get purge logtrust-system apt-get purge devo-monitor
dpkg --purge logtrust-system dpkg --purge devo-monitor