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SubjectRe: Unresolved symbols (NOT A BUG)



You know you could try to use ULOGD target. It's easier to hack that than
the kernel.

bye


On Sun, 9 Dec 2001, Sascha Andres wrote:

> hi,
>
> i try to add syslog support into net/ipv4/netfilter/ipt_LOG.c .
> so i added an include to sys/syslog.h and used the functions
> in there.
>
> i now get unresolved symbols for each function i use from syslog.h .
>
> my question is, must i merge the whole syslog code to the kernel
> for being able to use syslog in the above mentioned mod?
>
> i added a 'firewall' facility to syslog and want all netfilter
> logs coming throuh ipt_LOG log to this facility.
>
> sorry if this sounds 'strange', but i'm relative new to the kernel
> sources.
>
> i started this cause i have not seen a possibility to log to
> a specific facility with the klog daemon.
>
> bye,
>
> sascha
>
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