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I am trying to find how can I install the kernel daemon logger on ubuntu trusty (14.04.2). It looks like it does not run on my machine after ps aux |grep klogd . locate does not find it as well.

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Actually, I found my own answer: klogd works with syslogd. Ubuntu uses rsyslogd which does not not need the klogd server at all. In fact, rsyslogd reads the /proc/kmsg file itself. So everything works as is with the default configuration from Ubuntu.

Trying to install the busybox-syslogd on my ubuntu machine broke its configuration: any nic interface was no longer showing up in ifconfig or ip link show, event after full reboots... I suggest to not install this package, unless you know what you're doing.

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