ELOG is distributed both as source code and as precompiled binaries for
various platforms. In addition to major versions, minor releases are made
containing bug fixes or some new and not yet completely debugged code. This
is usually the case if some user asks for some new features, which are then
implemented and sent to the user for testing. The minor releases are named
r is the release number.
A web access
to the source code contains the complete development history of ELOG, plus
the newest fixes and features which might yet be in a release.
To check out the GIT repository, use:
git clone https://bitbucket.org/ritt/elog
Building elogd and installing it from the GIT repository works in the same way as building it from the tarball. Issue in the elog directory a "make", followed by a "make install".
News for each version can be seen in the changelog
The source code is available as a good old TAR file. Select elog-latest.tar.gz unless you want to download a previous version. Untar the file with
tar -zxvf elog-latest.tar.gz
and compile it with
"make". Then follow the instructions on how to install the server
on a Linux system.
The windows binaries are distributed with an automatic installer. Execute the installer to install ELOG and to register the elogd server as a windows service. Previous windows versions can be found here.
Linux binaries are distributed as a RPM. For previous versions check here. There are also SRPMS. Thanks to Roger Kalt there is also a Debian package.