i came across this, but reading an important statement is one thing,
recognizing the importance, another.
Thanks for your help, Peter.
Peter Hicks schrieb:
> On Sun, Apr 20, 2003 at 05:50:19PM +0200, Michael Ranft wrote:
> >i always thought it would be the file syslog.conf where to determine to
> >which console the logging-output should go.
> >i changed this to /dev/tty10, but i always get the logging output on the
> >console which is displayed on the screen.
> >but i just want to see the logging-output (in the file - sure) on
> >/dev/tty10, because getting lots of output on a console your working at
> >is very annoying.
> >Furthermore, i would like to get rid of this login-prompt on /dev/tty10.
> >Looking at several HOWTOs, man's and googling didn't lead me to a
> >Could someone give me a hint ?
> Look in /etc/init.d/klogd and edit the line that says KLOGD="" to be
> KLOGD="-c 4".
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