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Wed Aug 8 14:53:31 IST 2007
Ok I fixed the issue. If you want to do the same to your logwatch
install save the attached file into /etc/logwatch/scripts/services (you
might need to create the services directory) and then gunzip it.
It will overide the default one so once logwatch has been updated you
can simply delete it to start using the standard version again.
On Wed, 2007-08-08 at 11:58, Hugo van der Kooij wrote:
> On Wed, 8 Aug 2007, Glenn Steen wrote:
> > On 08/08/07, Gareth <list-mailscanner at linguaphone.com> wrote:
> >> Does Mailscanner install a plugin for Logwatch or is it just that
> >> Logwatch supports Mailscanner by default?
> > AFAIU the latter.
> >> The new version of Mailscanner has a different ClamAV logging format
> >> which is causing Logwatch not to recognise them. Any idea how I can fix
> >> this?
> > Since the latter -> take it up there;-).
> First off. Make sure you are running the latest logwatch version. Usually
> the more common products are kept pretty much up-to-date. So it may just
> be a case of an older logwatch version on your system.
> If the most recent version of logwatch does not match them then please
> donate a log file to the logwatch developers mailinglist.
> Unfortunatly I have a few other pressing things to do first so I can not
> test this myself right now. (I happen to do the occasional bit for
> logwatch as well.)
> hvdkooij at vanderkooij.org http://hugo.vanderkooij.org/
> This message is using 100% recycled electrons.
> Some men see computers as they are and say "Windows"
> I use computers with Linux and say "Why Windows?"
> (Thanks JFK, for the insight.)
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