I'm newbie to ubuntu, I wants to install MONyog.

And, I'm trying to install and download CNET, its download tar.gz format.

But I don't how install that,..MONyog-5.5.8-0.x86_64.tar.gz

After I complete the download and see README

its says like

2. Configuring MONyog on Linux
MONyog port and password are configurable through "MONyog.ini".

If MONyog was installed from the RPM package, MONyog.ini can be found in:

If MONyog is extracted from the tarball (.tar.gz package), MONyog.ini 
can be found in the directory where MONyog was extracted.

The content of this file looks like:



NOTE: MONyog should be stopped before editing this file, and restarted once
changes are saved.

And MONyog.ini looks like here,


I think its extracting

And extracting file is look here,Home/MONyog

try this only look like here,

ubuntu@P3-SD1:~$ cd /home/ubuntu/Downloads
ubuntu@P3-SD1:~/Downloads$ sudo mv MONyog-5.5.8-0.x86_64.tar.gz ~
ubuntu@P3-SD1:~/Downloads$ cd ~
ubuntu@P3-SD1:~$ tar -xf MONyog-5.5.8-0.x86_64.tar.gz

Thanks in advance...

  • .rpm packages cannot be installed in Ubuntu. What are the contents in extracted folder?
    – user308564
    Jul 8, 2014 at 11:08
  • @user301039, thanks for very first response.... what can i do now?
    – RGK
    Jul 8, 2014 at 11:20
  • can you mention the content files inside the extracted folder?
    – user308564
    Jul 8, 2014 at 12:27
  • @user301039, yes, your exactly right than after what can i do?
    – RGK
    Jul 8, 2014 at 12:29
  • .rpm should be converted to .deb file and then install. so please mention the contents.
    – user308564
    Jul 8, 2014 at 12:31

2 Answers 2


Note: I am installing the trial version only.

I've downloaded the MONyog trial version here (file name MONyog-5.5.8-0.x86_64.tar.gz) and moved it directly into my Home directory (~).

These are the commands I used:

# extract the archive:
~$ tar -xf MONyog-5.5.8-0.x86_64.tar.gz

# navigate to the extracted folder and look at its contents:
~$ cd /home/ubuntu/MONyog
~/MONyog$ ls

bin           data    MONyog.ini  MONyog.lua  preferences.config  res
Counters.def  MONyog  MONyog.log  MONyog.mib  README              Udo.def

~/MONyog$ cd bin

~/MONyog/bin$ ls
MONyog  MONyog-bin

# try running the executable:
~/MONyog/bin$ ./MONyog
Usage: ./MONyog {start|stop|restart|reload|status}

~/MONyog/bin$ ./MONyog start
MONyog is already running...

Check its web interface in your browser:

  • This was a great start, sadly the startup script doesn't appear to be fully compatible with systemd that came in somewhere in the 15.x series and is used in 16.04 and will be in 18.04 as well. In order to get it working there we ended up copying a systemd unit file we found on the web, I'll submit the contents as an answer as well.
    – dragon788
    Feb 23, 2018 at 3:33

As found here and here this is a valid systemd unit file for MONyog.

Description=Webyog MONyog Service
After=syslog.target network.target



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