Puts a logfile pager on virtual consoles
console-log keeps logfile pagers open on virtual consoles. The
default configuration puts exim's mainlog on tty8, and the syslog on
tty9, in a less process. It can also make sure that this console is visible
automatically after system boot so that a crashed system at least
leaves the syslog readable on the console before reset. Using a pager
makes searching, tagging and highlighting possible.
This package has its upstream sources maintained in the Debian
project, so there is no upstream URL.
console-log for Debian GNU/Linux
This package allows you to have arbitrary files tailed on ttys.
This package was built during normal work hours at planNET Systems GmbH,
Karlsruhe, Germany (http://www.planNET.de/). They paid me to do it, so I'll
have to thank them.
Marc Haber <email@example.com>, Tue, 25 Apr 2000 17:06:00 +0200
I no longer work f
Q: The user name Debian-$PACKAGE is too long: it misalignes ls
output and is truncated by ps and atop. And it's ugly!
The user name Debian-$PACKAGE was chosen in late 2003 when we, the
maintainers of the Debian exim4 package found it necessary to create
an account for exim to run under during package installation. To avoid
CONSOLE-LOG.CONF(5) Debian GNU/Linux CONSOLE-LOG.CONF(5)
console-log.conf - Main configuration file for console-log
console-log keeps logfile pagers open on virtual consoles.
/etc/console-log.conf is the configuration file controlling
which log file is opened on which tty.
Empty lines and lines starting with "#" are ignored.
console-log (1.1-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Stop postrm from failing in some obscure synthetic te
Copyright 2000 by Marc Haber <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Development has been done as an empl
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