I want to know how to move or get rid of
/dev/tty8 log output in Ubuntu 9.10.
/dev/tty7 is my regular X session. When I am switching user to test account where I can try and test setups and configs I am at next available console i.e.
/dev/tty8 is taken by log output. Where can I configure this ? All I've found related to
/dev/tty8 is commented lines in
/etc/rsyslog.d/50-default.conf. I changed it like that:
daemon,mail.*;\ news.=crit;news.=err;news.=notice;\ *.=debug;*.=info;\ *.=notice;*.=warn /dev/tty12
And I've got nice log output on
/dev/tty12 but where is configuration for log output on
/dev/tty8. How can I change it?
grep -R '/dev/tty8' /etc/* I found some clearing commands on VT 8 in
/etc/init/usplash.conf: tput -Tlinux reset > /dev/tty8 || true /etc/init/usplash.conf: clear >/dev/tty8 || true
Clearing and reseting ... hmmm. But where is config responsible for redirecting log output and from what ?
lsof | grep tty gives no output for
/dev/tty8. So no process is writing to it, right?
/dev/tty1-6 are associated with
/dev/tty7 is associated with
Xorg, nothing for