Clearview agent downloads / installation

DEB, for Debian, Ubuntu
AMD64 (Intel 64-bit) clearview-agent_0.1.5-1_amd64.deb
i386 (Intel 32-bit) clearview-agent_0.1.5-1_i386.deb
arm64 (ARM 64-bit) clearview-agent_0.1.5-1_arm64.deb
Installation Download the right file for your system's architecture (most likely AMD64)
and install with sudo dpkg -i <the_file>
RPM, for Fedora, CentOS
x86_64 (Intel 64-bit) clearview-agent-0.1.5-1.x86_64.rpm
i386 (Intel 32-bit) clearview-agent-0.1.5-1.i386.rpm
arm64 (ARM 64-bit) clearview-agent-0.1.5-1.aarch64.rpm
Installation Download the right file for your system's architecture (most likely x86_64)
and install with sudo rpm -Uhv <the_file>
For any Linux flavor
Intel 64-bit clearview-agent_0.1.5-1_amd64.tar.gz
Intel 32-bit clearview-agent_0.1.5-1_i386.tar.gz
ARM 64-bit clearview-agent_0.1.5-1_arm64.tar.gz
Installation Download the right file for your system's architecture (most likely Intel 64 bit)
and extract with sudo tar -C / -xvf <the_file>

After installing please edit /etc/clearview.conf to provide your server's account id and node id (so it can report the data it collects on your server) as well as the username and the password to log into MySQL (to collect data there), like this:

account_id: 0f3463e4acfd-24b90a9fdfa9-093481-94378190
node_id: 19edcd32-abcd-1234-9664-16e11a5aa90f
mysql_username: whatever_it_is
mysql_password: the_password_goes_here

Finally, enable the agent service with sudo systemctl enable clearview-agent and make sure it's started with sudo systemctl restart clearview-agent.

You can also view all the files in the download directory.