I am running a Debian system and have an init script in
/etc/init.d/ that starts a daemon using
start-stop-daemon --start --quiet --pidfile /tmp/myproject.pid --exec /usr/bin/somebin || return 2
/usr/bin/somebin writes to STDERR, does that output automatically get written to the syslog? Or do I have to do something explicit to get output to STDERR into the syslog?