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Linux - How to access the system log using command line?




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I want to know which command line must I insert to access quickly the system log?

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  • It is sometimes useful to know the command line which makes it possible to consult the log system.
  • You must use the command line:
    • tail -50 /var/log/syslog
  • This command line will display the 50 last lines of the system log (syslog).
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