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In Ubuntu there's a program called System log, with log of system and all that you do with Ubuntu. I would ask if would be possible create a file.txt that refresh automatically with log from 'System log", this file should refresh in every new log. Bye, Mattew.

  • The program "System Log" uses various log files that are found in your computer's /var/log/directory. You can explore that directory to see what system logs are available. – user533208 May 9 '16 at 0:15
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Well, it's rather the other way around.

That program just reads the informations from the text files in your /var/log directory...

Just look directly at those files and there you are! :)

  • Can I join inside it from terminam with: sudo cd /var/log and then use nano for open file inside /var/log? – Blazed May 8 '16 at 11:46
  • Yes :) But for a lot of them you do not even need sudo (and, in fact, I advice that you do not use it). – dadexix86 May 8 '16 at 11:47
  • Ok thanks, I assegnate your answer like better answer :D – Blazed May 8 '16 at 11:48

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