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Old 05-23-2005, 11:07 PM   #1
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Append error message to the log


In my RH system , there are error message append to the /var/log/messages , however , part of these message will pop to my login session ( I use telent to login to server ) , I also check the /var/mail/my_loginid is empty , could suggest how can I forbid the message pop to my login session or append these messages to /var/mail/my_loginid ? thx
 
  


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