Now you've totally lost me.
elogd is a web service. You connect to it with a web browser. You don't pass arguments at startup of the service that refers to specific atrributes. I have no idea what you intend to do, you need to explain a lot more.
I realize from your response that my question was not clear. I was not asking how to get it. Note that I am just a regular user, I am not the administrator of the service.
My question was about how to use it. From the man page, or from the explanation in the Administration Guide, it is not clear to me how to pass the same arguments I have been trying for /usr/bin/elog. For example, how to pass the list of attributes. I don't see a "-a" option for elogd.
It is the default. If you install ELOG on your PC and run it, then every access will be directly to the ELOG web service. If you want to have Apache inbetween, it is some extra effort.
Nope. How? Is it documented?
Have you tried to connect directly to elogd and not going through Apache?
Thanks for the comments. I will pass them to the admins.