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Re: PAM messages on chrooted console

On Sat, 31 May 2003 16:33, Bas Zoetekouw wrote:
> You are probably nor running syslogd and/or klodg in the chroot.  I'm
> not sure is that's possible, though.

klogd in the chroot makes no sense.

syslogd in the chroot is doable.  You have to configure things such that no 
more than one syslogd listens on the UDP.  Also if you are using a bind mount 
of /dev (eg for devfs) then you need to make /dev/log a symlink to 
/var/run/log (or something else) and then have the syslogd instances in both 
the chroot and in main environment be configured to use /var/run/log for 
their socket.

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