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Adding support for sudoreplay run visudo and insert the following lines and try to save the file. It will automatically create the directory /var/log/sudo-io when the visudo command successfully exits AND you run sudo su -. If it fails then that probably means that your version of sudoers package is out of date. Upgrade sudoers package and try again. ...


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I'm afraid there's no general way to "log" init's reaction. First, there's the fact that kill won't deliver any signals to init that init isn't handling (from man 2 kill): NOTES The only signals that can be sent to process ID 1, the init process, are those for which init has explicitly installed signal handlers. This is done to ...


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you can do sudo gedit /path-to-log/ as you have stated in your question if log exists in that directory sudo gedit /opt/avg/av/bin/avgevtlog


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--log-level=<level> Sets how much information NetworkManager sends to the log desti��� nation (usually syslog's "daemon" facility). By default, only informational, warning, and error messages are logged. See Net��� workManager.conf(5) for more information on log levels and domains. ...


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I'd like to add a word of caution here - maybe you can delete all your log files, but you might have problems if you delete the /var/log subdirectories. I deleted all my log files and their directories (rm -r /var/log/*) and it broke my apache2 functionality. Apparently apache doesn't/can't recreate the log directories and therefore can't write log files ...


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I have this problem. Disabling 3D Acceleration in Bios seems to fix the problem. Press F1 or F2 on start up (or on the system settings in the grub) and disable 3D acceleration. Let me know if this fixes the problem. I have tried three or four shutdowns with no problem, but the problem might return.


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It is because cron daemon's activity goes to system logs. It is not annoying in my opinion, rather life saving if - let's say - you have to know if crontab is executed or not. Beside that you can control the output by editing the /etc/rsyslog.d/50-default.conf file to this: *.*;auth,authpriv.none,mail.none,cron.none -/var/log/syslog The relevant part ...


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First line of output logged by installer said debclean: not found You need to install the following packages in order to build your drivers : sudo apt-get install build-essential cdbs dh-make dkms execstack dh-modaliases fakeroot libqtgui4



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