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Monitor system logs with phpLogCon


Depending on your distribution, you may have to build phpLogCon from source...
phpLogCon provides a user-friendly Web interface to your system logs. It can handle logs from both Linux and Windows systems, so an administrator can log in to a single phpLogCon site to see what is happening on all the machines on a network.

phpLogCon is not available in the Ubuntu, openSUSE 11, or Fedora 9 repositories. It will be in Fedora 10 and is packaged in the Fedora development repository.
 read more | mail this link | score:7164 | -Ray, September 7, 2008
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