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 strang message on /dev/ttyv1
Author: Eric Feng 
Date:   03-09-06 03:25

It's strange .
I login on /dev/ttyv1 , after ,
I login on /dev/ttyv6 ,

and something show on /dev/ttyv1 :
#Sep 2 00:02:25 www su : fjtsky to root on /dev/ttyv5

How to get rid of it ?



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 Re: strang message on /dev/ttyv1
Author: parv 
Date:   06-09-06 04:26

Look in /etc/syslog.conf (see syslog.conf(5) man page) for 'auth', 'authpriv', or 'secruity' facility related setting(s).

You may disable the message or log it in a file using the appropriate combination of facility & level (read the man page).

- Parv

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 Re: strang message on /dev/ttyv1
Author: Eric Feng 
Date:   07-09-06 13:35

Parv , Well , it works !

Thank you very much !!

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