logfile monitor that displays in an X window.
The displayed logs are colour-coded according to severity. Basically, you
get to see what's going on _during_ say a break-in, instead of having to
check the logfiles after the damage is done. Of course, you need to have
the syslog daemons configured right, so that the logfiles are
created. Xwatch reads options from its commandline as well as from a
app-defaults resource file.
xwatch for DEBIAN
XWatch is looking for a new maintainer!
The author, Karel Kubat <firstname.lastname@example.org>, does not have time to do any
modifications, and isn't setup for xforms development anymore. He would
therefore appreciate someone to step up and take over the package
(including copyright!). This would include fixing any bugs, and porting
the package to new versions
XWatch () XWatch ()
The Logfiles Watcher" "1996"
The Logfiles Watcher"
Karel Kubat (email@example.com)
State University of Groningen
Westerhaven 16, 9718 AW Groningen
Chapter 1: Introduction
XWatch is a small program that I wrote to monitor logfiles
and to see any change
xwatch (2.11-15) unstable; urgency=low
* Rebuild for libforms2.
* Switch to dpkg-source 3.0 (quilt) format.
* Standards-Version: 3.8.4
-- Peter S Galbraith <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 28 May 2010 17:43:53 -0400
xwatch (2.11-14) unstable; urgency=low
* Bug fix: "FTBFS: xwatch.h:33:23: error: X11/forms.h: No such file or
directory", thanks to Lucas Nussbaum (Closes: #551230). Adapt to ne
1999-04-19 Peter S Galbraith <email@example.com>
* Version 2.11 released.
* New license (GPL + per
This package was debianized by Peter S Galbraith <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Mon, 7 Jun 1999 11:15:55 -0400
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