On 28 Apr 99, at 20:27, Dan Langille wrote:
> And I've figured it out. This is not a syslog.conf issue. I apologise
> for putting you wrong before. This is a console issue.
> The examples provided show first a telnet, and then a login. You login
> using the console. You telnet from another machine.
> I'm not sure if the second example is accurate. The following is an
> extract from my logs as I attempted to reproduce the example.
> Apr 28 20:06:22 ns telnetd: connect from ngatoto.dvl-software.com
> This is a connection via telnet.
> Apr 28 20:23:20 ns login: login on ttyv2 as dan
> This is using the terminal.
Have you ever wanted to pull back a message as soon as you sent it?
I just found the following in my logs. I'm not sure what I was looking at
before. This is from a telnet to the FreeBSD box.
Apr 28 20:31:35 ns telnetd: connect from ngatoto.mydomain.com
Apr 28 20:31:41 ns login: login from ngatoto.mydomain.com on ttyp3 as dan
I'll keep looking.
Dan Langille - DVL Software Limited
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