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icon5.gif   Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Jose Caballero on Wed Dec 1 12:37:57 2021 
    icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Stefan Ritt on Wed Dec 1 13:05:14 2021 
       icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Jose Caballero on Tue Dec 7 08:28:19 2021 
          icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Andreas Luedeke on Tue Dec 7 11:56:37 2021 
             icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Jose Caballero on Tue Dec 7 14:25:37 2021 
                icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Stefan Ritt on Tue Dec 7 14:46:16 2021 
                   icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Jose Caballero on Tue Dec 7 15:09:36 2021 
                      icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Stefan Ritt on Tue Dec 7 17:50:37 2021 
                         icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Jose Caballero on Wed Dec 8 10:49:20 2021 
                      icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Andreas Luedeke on Tue Dec 7 18:24:42 2021 
                         icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Stefan Ritt on Wed Dec 8 10:59:58 2021 
                            icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Jose Caballero on Wed Dec 8 11:23:48 2021 
                               icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Jose Caballero on Wed Dec 8 12:05:43 2021 
                                  icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Stefan Ritt on Wed Dec 8 13:19:55 2021 
                               icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Stefan Ritt on Thu Dec 9 10:33:09 2021 
                                  icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Jose Caballero on Thu Dec 9 21:58:08 2021 
                                     icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Andreas Luedeke on Fri Dec 10 21:41:05 2021 
                                        icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Jose Caballero on Tue Dec 14 21:42:45 2021 
                                           icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Andreas Luedeke on Thu Dec 16 18:24:41 2021 
                                              icon2.gif   Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog, posted by Jose Caballero on Thu Dec 16 21:34:05 2021 
Message ID: 69451     Entry time: Thu Dec 16 21:34:05 2021     In reply to: 69450
Icon: Reply  Author: Jose Caballero  Author Email: jcaballero.hep@gmail.com 
Category: Question  OS: Linux  ELOG Version: 3.1.4 
Subject: Re: Unclear how to use the command line tool /usr/bin/elog 

Hi Andreas. 

It seems I didn't fully understand the comment by Stefan when he said "Have you tried to connect directly to elogd and not going through Apache?". My bad. 

 

Andreas Luedeke wrote:

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.

Jose Caballero wrote:

Hi Andreas,

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. 

Thanks.

Andreas Luedeke wrote:

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.

Jose Caballero wrote:

Nope. How? Is it documented? 

Stefan Ritt wrote:

Have you tried to connect directly to elogd and not going through Apache? 

Jose Caballero wrote:

Thanks for the comments. I will pass them to the admins. 

 

 

 

 

 

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