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KSystemLog

   0.4.1  

KDE Logging/Monitoring

Score 83%
KSystemLog
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KSystemLog
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KSystemLog
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  14825
Submitted:  May 5 2005
Updated:  Nov 7 2007

Description:

KSystemLog is a system log viewer tool for KDE 4

This program is compatible with KDE 4 beta 3 libraries.

This program is developed for being used by beginner users, which don't know how to find information about their Linux system, and how the log files are in their computer. But it is also designed for advanced users, who want to quickly see problems occuring on their server.

KSystemLog has the following features :

* View all the main log of your system, by selecting them directly in a menu
* Tabbed view to allow displaying several logs at the same time
* Auto display new logged lines.
* Fast parsing and reading (more than 10000 lines each 5 seconds)
* Colorize log lines depending on their levels
* Detailed information for each log Lines (in a dedicated dialog)
* Quick filter
* Send a log message manually from a dialog box.
* Save, print and email log files are possible.
* It can parse the following log files of your system :
o System logs
o X.org logs
o Kernel logs
o Authentication logs
o Acpid logs
o Cups logs
o Postfix logs
o Apache logs
o Samba logs
o Daemons logs
o Cron logs
o XSession logs
o Cron logs

You can simply compile KSystemLog using the KDE 4 beta packages available in KUbuntu or other distributions.




Changelog:

Major improvements :

- Compatibility with KDE 4 beta4
- Fix icon position in search bar
- Add test coverage for Kernel logs
- Support for Suse Kernel logs
- Add joker to file list in configuration
- Auto-recognizition of the opened files

For more details, go to

http://ksystemlog.forum-software.org/changelog.php




LicenseGPL
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 French language ?

 
 by l1nux on: Jul 21 2005
 
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hi
Debian 0.3.2 package ready, but only in
englich !
any idea ?
http://l1nux.free.fr/index.php?&direction=0&order=&directory=Debian/System
Thanx :)


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 Re: French language

 
 by lastnico on: Jul 21 2005
 
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It's quite strange, because my package include 10 langages, but no one is updated to the current version of KSystemLog. I will take a look in the Makefile.am stuff!

Thanks for the Debian package!


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 D/L Issues w/RPM

 
 by ggarndt on: Jul 24 2005
 
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hello, it seems when downloading any KSystemLog rpm in Suse 9.3, the Realplayer streaming interface is called versus the download window for the rpm. I've navigated to the d/l directory but that file name for whatever reason invokes Realplayer in Suse (LOL. . .) Some kind of file association issue, any ideas? I checked with a couple other users of Suse 9.3, they had same issue. (I am checking with Suse forums re a fix, but thought you may be interested or have another alternative.)


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 Re: D/L Issues w/RPM

 
 by lastnico on: Jul 24 2005
 
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OK, I think you can launch a shell command (like konsole), go to the download folder of your computer, and then launch rpm -Uvh ksystemlogrpmfile.rpm

It should work I think.

Good luck!


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 Re: Re: D/L Issues w

 
 by ggarndt on: Jul 25 2005
 
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OK, I should have explained better. The problem is not being able to download the file because Suse thinks I'm getting a real-stream versus a rpm download. Other Suse users advise to right click and save as, or copy link and paste into kget. What may be happening is the file name is quite long, and maybe the very last letter (m) is not getting read. So - Suse thinks I'm getting a file with an extension of (rm) or real media. Anyway, that's a guess. A way to test would be to shorten the file name and see if it resolves issue.


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 Re: Re: Re: D/L Issu

 
 by lastnico on: Jul 25 2005
 
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No, I think it's not the problem. Right click on the rpm files from your favorite broweer, download the file, and even if the extension if not the right one, simply rename the file, and then launch the rpm -Uvh rpm command line.


It _will_ work.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: D/L

 
 by ggarndt on: Jul 25 2005
 
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OK, I believe you're right, although I ran out of time to do the install. But I did the download by using "right-click". The file had a different extension, but upon looking at "properties" - it does show to be an rpm package (and it was about the right size compared to the deb download). When I get back home this evening, I'll do as you advise. Thanks for the help, . . . it's strange how the extension "rpm" will on rare occasion envoke Realplayer! I'd love to find out why, but for now, I'm ready to try your program and learn more about Linux.


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 SuSE9.3 V0.3.2

 
 by linux3114a on: Nov 7 2005
 
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ksystemlog-0.3.2-SuSE9.3K343.i586.rpm
at
http://www.bloghotel.org/linux3114a/


ENJOY !!!


Raoul
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 development

 
 by rados on: Jul 25 2006
 
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Hi, whats happend with development? Is it interupted? Last release was 1 year ago. What is new, that this page was updated on kde-apps? Thanks


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 Re: development

 
 by lastnico on: Jul 25 2006
 
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Sorry, I didn't see it has put Ksystemlog in front page.

In fact, I've just updated the web site links.


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 Gentoo ebuild

 
 by RockHound on: Jul 25 2006
 
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The gentoo ebuild is included in portage. It is masked but it is there and up-to-date.

I suggest you remove the link or change it to link to: http://packages.gentoo.org/search/?sstring=ksystemlog

Regards,

Martin


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 Re: Gentoo ebuild

 
 by lastnico on: Jul 26 2006
 
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Done. Thank you.


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 ???

 
 by vranikx on: Jul 26 2006
 
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hello, i have little problem with it. i compiled it, installed but dont know where is it? where is it installed?


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 Re: ???

 
 by lastnico on: Jul 26 2006
 
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Now, you need to do a make install, and then type ksystemlog in a console.

However, you should use the ksystemlog packaged for your distribution


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 Re: Re: ???

 
 by vranikx on: Jul 26 2006
 
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i made it, but i dont know where it is installed. because when i type ksystemlog or locate ksystemlog there is nowhere.


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 Re: Re: Re: ???

 
 by lastnico on: Jul 26 2006
 
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Are you sure your type make install in root ?

When you did a ./configure, did you add --prefix=/usr ?


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