|5.1. Systems with old syslogs|
If you need to install the syslog that is distributed with INN, go to the top of the distribution and type ``make syslogfix''. This will also compile syslogd, the logging daemon. You should install this to replace your existing daemon, usually in /etc/syslog. You will also need to install the new-style syslog.conf file. If you cannot replace syslogd on your machine, then see the file syslog/README for information on how to set it up as an alternate daemon. Ignore any complaints from lint about the INN sources calling openlog with the wrong argument count. In fact, if you don't get any complaints, then something is wrong with the way syslog, <syslog.h>, or the lint libraries are set up on your system.
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[Copyright: 1991 Rich Salz, 1996 Internet Software Consortium]