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I want to log the key stroke of every pts?
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How to manage logging in an application.
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On our current Solaris 8 machine we only have "standard" logging configured, and now i need to put on more. What i specificly need is time in the logfiles. Ex. When a user is logging in,
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Just wondering if anyone out there knows how to log files, using the example I provided in the earlier message / question earlier today:
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