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       /usr/sbin/lm-syslog-setup - configure laptop mode to switch syslog.conf
       based on power state




       This  manual  page  documents  briefly  the   /usr/sbin/lm-syslog-setup
       command.   /usr/sbin/lm-syslog-setup  is  a  command  that  sets up the
       necessary things to enable laptop  mode  to  switch  between  different
       syslog.conf  files  based  on  the  power  state.  If  your system runs
       syslogd, you can simply run  this  command  and  you  will  have  three
       syslog.conf  files,  /etc/syslog-on-ac-with-lm.conf (used when AC power
       is present and laptop mode is enabled, i.e. LAPTOP_MODE_ALWAYS_ON=1  in
       laptop-mode.conf),   /etc/syslog-on-ac-without-lm.conf  (used  when  AC
       power is present and  laptop  mode  is  disabled)  and  /etc/syslog-on-
       battery.conf  (used when AC power is not present).  If your system does
       NOT run syslogd but some alternative logging daemon,  you  must  modify
       /etc/laptop-mode/laptop-mode.conf  and  specify  the  correct  settings
       (configuration file name, executable name, etcetera) for  your  daemon.
       Please  note that your daemon MUST support the SIGHUP signal to re-read
       its configuration files.





       This manual page was written by Bart Samwel ( Permission
       is  granted  to  copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the
       terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2  any  later  version
       published by the Free Software Foundation.