LKL Keylogger isn't creating the logfile.
Posted on 2008-10-08
I am using Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron.
I have used the package manager to install LKL (-- Linux Key Logger vers 0.1.1 --
It is running, and I have managed to get the keymap to work also.
The problem I am having is that the log file, in this case - keylog.txt is not being created!!
The application shows no errors at all. My system resources even go up when I begin the logging and come down again when I kill it. Below's a copy of my terminal's output.
Any assistance would be LOVELY.
P.S. I'm not hellbent on using LKL, it just seems to be a popular choice.
-- Linux Key Logger vers 0.1.1 --
-h this help
-l start to log the 0x60 port (keyboard)
-b Debug Mode.Perhaps it's usefoul :P
-k <km_file> set a keymap file
-o <o_file> set an output file
-m <email> send logs to <email> every 1k
-t <host> hostname for sendmail server. default is localhost
Example: lkl -l -k keymaps/it_km -o log.file
root@Rambo:~# lkl -l -k /usr/share/lkl/keymaps/us_km -o ~/tmp/keylog.txt
Started to log port 0x60. Keymap is /usr/share/lkl/keymaps/us_km. The logfile is /root/tmp/keylog.txt.