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<primary><command>aproposreportbug</command></primary>
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Once those two conditions are met, you can think of describing your problem to the mailing list. Include as much relevant information as possible: various tests conducted, documentation consulted, how you attempted to diagnose the problem, the packages concerned or those that may be involved, etc. Check the Debian Bug Tracking System (BTS, described in sidebar <xref linkend="sidebarect.bts" />) for similar problems, and mention the results of that search, providing links to bugs found. BTS starts on: <ulink type="block" url="https://wwwbugs.debian.org/Bugs/index.html" />
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<primary>report a bugCode of Conduct</primary>
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<primary>bug reportNetiquette</primary>
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In general, for all correspondence on e-mail lists, the rules of Netiquette should be followed. This term refers to a set of common sense rules, from common courtesy to mistakes that should be avoided. <ulink type="block" url="https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1855" /> <indexterm><primary>Netiquette</primary></indexterm>
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<primary>logmailing lists</primary><secondary>files<email>debian-user@lists.debian.org</email></secondary>
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Certain C functions, which are specialized in sending logs, simplify the use of the <command>rsyslogd</command> daemon. However some daemons manage their own log files (this is the case, for example, of <command>samba</command>, thatwhich implements Windows shares on Linux).
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<command>rsyslogd</command> is special: it collects logs (internal system messages) that are sent to it by other programs. Each log entry is associated with a subsystem (e-mail, kernel, authentication, etc.) and a priority; <command>rsyslogd</command> processes these two pieces of information to decide on what to do. The log message may be recorded in various log files, and/or sent to an administration console. The details are defined in the <filename>/etc/rsyslog.conf</filename> configuration file (documented in the manual page of the same name provided in the <emphasis role="pkg">rsyslog-doc</emphasis> package).
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Translated 57% 93 1,703 12,617
Needs editing 18% 29 742 6,349
Failing check 8% 14 455 4,083

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