Since there are no posts, and I haven't foud any proper(?) sollution, I've improvised a bit and came up with my own little console. So here it goes:
since I don't want these logging messages showing up on tty1, but still want to have a console in X with some logs, I have to comment out the line in syslog.conf that does something like this:
and instead, point the desired logs to some file:
then I have to set up the read permissions to myself, so I can read the file (kind of obvious isn't it):
chmod ??4 whatever.log
and have a xterm (or aterm, eterm or whatever I wil use) execute the:
tail -f /var/log/whatever.log
command. I put it in my xinitrc, so I dont have to run it manualy every time I log in:
xterm -e tail -f /var/log/whatever.log
Well, I think it's nothing new to most of you, but it gives me pleasure to share my discoveries.
Ooops ... almost forgot. The syslogd daemon must be restarted also!