I asked a question earlier about viewing the history of
notify-osd using the
The answer was that I needed to add
LOG=1 in my
That sounded suspicious and I didn't do it because:
- It's in the global configuration file.
- You really can't know what else will be logged other than the notifications.
Small warning: this could be a bad idea... LOG=1 in /etc/environment makes it a system wide variable and could break stuff... God knows what reacts on LOG (ofc. they should have made it something like NOTIFYOSDLOG). Maybe for starters I would add it to bashrc for 1 user just to be sure.
My question is, how will setting
/etc/environment affect the system? Which 'stuff' will be logged? Is this advisable?
I solved the notification issue and now I'm just asking about the effects of setting LOG=1 in /etc/environment.
Look at my question above: "How will setting
/etc/environment affect the system? Which 'stuff' will be logged? Is this advisable?"