Subject: Re: chat -v, am I stupid, or is this a bug?
To: None <>
From: Mike Long <>
List: current-users
Date: 03/09/1995 01:48:11
>Date: Wed, 8 Mar 95 22:08 CST
>From: (Peter Seebach)
>Where, oh where, should I look for the output of 'chat -v'?  I put
>connect "chat -v ......"
>in /etc/uucp/options (secure site, can you tell?) (well, secure enough for
>me...) and got no output, so I had to guess by watching how long things
>ran for where it was hanging.  I looked in /var/log and on the console.

I went through this too.  You need to add a line like the following to
your syslog.conf:

local2.*	/var/log/local2

Then 'touch /var/log/local2' and SIGHUP syslog and you should be all
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