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    On Tue, 17 Mar 1998 obarlow@milehi.alphacdc.com wrote:

    > I recently upgraded from 2.1.65 to 2.1.89. When the system boots, I
    > receive the following message from syslog
    >
    > syslogd: cannot create /dev/log
    >
    > What has changed in the newer releases that impacted syslog?

    At some point, Unix-domain sockets were made modular. Double-check your
    configuration, making sure that you enable these. Can anyone explain the
    rationale behind making sockets optional? It is churning up a lot of
    support questions..

    Perhaps the config "help" function ought to make mention of the various
    critical daemons and applications which fail utterly in the absence of
    Unix sockets?

    Steve




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