Am Montag, 28. Januar 2008 01:55:23 schrieb Michael Biebl: > rsyslog is also a drop in replacement, even more so, as it can > understand the syntax of sysklogd. The default rsyslog config file > /etc/rsyslog.conf is basically a copy of /etc/syslog.conf. > So if you have a custom syslog.conf, you could either copy it to > /etc/rsyslog.conf or start rsyslogd with -f /etc/syslog.conf. > > rsyslog also allows to include other config files. The default > /etc/rsyslog.conf is setup to include all files in > /etc/rsyslog.d/*.conf. I would go also for rsyslog. The feature to add configuration files to rsyslog without touching configuration files in postinst scripts of other packages is really important for some other Debian releated Groups (e.g. Debian Edu). Greetings Patrick Winnertz -- .''`. Patrick Winnertz <firstname.lastname@example.org> : :' : GNU/Linux Debian Developer `. `'` http://www.der-winnie.de http://d.skolelinux.org/~winnie `- Debian - when you have better things to do than fixing systems
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