Fraid I am using webtrends. Mind you I just do on demand reports, print them
out and give them to the management. Looks pretty and all that ya know. But
is windows based. But I think the have some typr of version for linux.
Live reporting I know can be done on a win box. But I have never used it as I
don''t have win servers. Its good a few flaws in it though. Not picking up
contries properly. But great otherwise
On Tuesday 02 October 2001 6:34 pm, ad at m.beecher.net wrote:
> Been looking at installing a new/better log analyzer for a while. I have
> Webalizer on one machine but my clients aren't mad about it, and it's
> pretty much dead as a project anyway, it hasn't been updated since 2000.
> Analog is ugly, I don't like it at all. Wusage is pretty but it's
> proprietry and it hasn't been updated in a while either.
>> So I'm looking for something:
>> pretty (or at least reasonably good-looking);
> intuitive (easy to understand, even to the dumbest clients);
> easy to install (it doesn't have to be RPM, but it'd be nice);
> open source (for preferance); and
> free (or affordable anyway).
>> Failing all of that, what do you recommend?
>> Adam Beecher - CEO & Core Geek - ieWebs
>> e ... ad at m.beecher.net> w ... http://www.iewebs.com> m ... Box 81, Eglinton St, Cork, Ireland
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