Re: syslogd in F-16 -



Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA wrote:
DD-wrt has a logging function which I am unable to make work per: http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Logging_with_DD-WRT since it apparently needs syslogd which has been replaced with syslog-ng if I understand what I've found.

That page is referring to syslogd on the dd-wrt system, as far as I can tell. It mentions in passing that if you want to send logs to a remote host, that the remote host needs to be running a syslog daemon, but makes no mention of what daemon that should be. Any syslog daemon on the remote host would suffice. I have rsyslog at home with dd-wrt logging there.

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