Configure syslog to print the Security violation alarm on user terminal (via Linux Explore)


Open the /etc/rsyslog.conf file for syslog configuration in fedora Linux (some linux like CentOS has /etc/syslog.conf). It will show the something similar as given below: # Log all kernel messages to the console. # Logging much else clutters up the screen. #kern.*                                                 /dev/console # Log anything (except mail) of level info or higher. # Don’t…

Umount a busy partition


Check & close the applications which are using any mounted partition or folder If you are using a separate partition for your applications, you need to mount that partition to a folder. Then only you can store & run the application. But if you want to umount that partition again, first you need to close…

Configure syslog to print the Security violation alarm on user terminal


Open the /etc/rsyslog.conf file for syslog configuration in fedora Linux (some linux like CentOS has /etc/syslog.conf). It will show the something similar as given below: # Log all kernel messages to the console. # Logging much else clutters up the screen. #kern.*                                                 /dev/console # Log anything (except mail) of level info or higher. # Don’t…