On Sep 14, 2007, at 4:45 AMSep 14, 2007, Nicolas Letellier wrote:
I have a question with syslog.conf. I don't find informations about
this on man.
What the utility of :
I don't understand how it works, because I think we must use a \ to
return on a new line ! For example, startslip includes ALL (.*.)
except !startslip ? I don't think... Because I read that.
Could you explain me ?
![process] is probably the easiest way to describe it. It's sorta
opposite of how it's used in normal evaluations. In these cases, ALL
facilities for the startslip process will go to /var/log/slip.log.
Eric F Crist
Secure Computing Networks
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