Provided by: ulogd_1.23-5_i386
ulogd - netfilter/iptables ULOG daemon
ulogd connects to the netlink device of the Linux kernel and reads
messages from the netfilter that get queued with the iptables ULOG
target. For this to work you have to compile the ULOG target into your
kernel or load the respective module.
The received messages can be logged into files or into a mySQL or
fork ulogd into background (start as daemon)
-c <filename>, --configfile <filename>
use <filename> as configuration file instead of /etc/ulogd.conf
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There is more documentation about the daemon and the database plugins
(including examples) in the directories
This manual page was written by Joerg Wendland <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).