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I tried to move my stuff from CentOS to Ubuntu. Here is a problem I met: I would like find the corresponding CentOS /etc/syslog.conf file in Ubuntu? Basically, the file is used to control where those syslog files go?

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Ubuntu uses rsyslog, config files are rsyslog.conf and /etc/rsyslog.d/*

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