The Open webOS logging daemon implementation
The syslogd implementation is per RFC 3164. This implementation is a subset of that functionality, intended to efficiently address the needs for Open webOS embedded devices.
- it does not support remote logging (not needed) - it only supports the standard datagram socket on port 514 - it does not support /etc/syslog.conf or standard filtering/redirection
Additional features are: - support for RFC 3339-style timestamps - support for advanced file buffering + rotation configuration - support for custom filtering/redirection
Below are the tools (and their minimum versions) required to build PmLogDaemon:
- cmake (version required by openwebos/cmake-modules-webos)
- gcc 4.6.3
- glib-2.0 2.32.1
- make (any version)
- openwebos/cmake-modules-webos 1.0.0 RC2
- openwebos/PmLogLib 2.0.0
- openwebos/librdx-stub 1.0.0
- pkg-config 0.26
- zlib 1.2.3
Below is the component (and its minimum version) required to run PmLogDaemon:
- openwebos/pmlogconf 2.0.0
How to Build on Linux
Once you have downloaded the source, enter the following to build it (after changing into the directory under which it was downloaded):
$ mkdir BUILD $ cd BUILD $ cmake .. $ make $ sudo make install
The directory under which the files are installed defaults to /usr/local/webos. You can install them elsewhere by supplying a value for WEBOS_INSTALL_ROOT when invoking cmake. For example:
$ cmake -D WEBOS_INSTALL_ROOT:PATH=$HOME/projects/openwebos .. $ make $ make install
will install the files in subdirectories of $HOME/projects/openwebos.
Specifying WEBOS_INSTALL_ROOT also causes pkg-config to look in that tree first before searching the standard locations. You can specify additional directories to be searched prior to this one by setting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable.
If not specified, WEBOS_INSTALL_ROOT defaults to /usr/local/webos.
To configure for a debug build, enter:
$ cmake -D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE:STRING=Debug ..
To see a list of the make targets that cmake has generated, enter:
$ make help
From the directory where you originally ran make install, enter:
$ [sudo] make uninstall
You will need to use sudo if you did not specify WEBOS_INSTALL_ROOT.
The tools required to generate the documentation are:
- doxygen 18.104.22.168
- graphviz 2.26.3
Once you have run
cmake, enter the following to generate the documentation:
$ make docs
To view the generated HTML documentation, point your browser to
To install the generated documentation, enter:
$ [sudo] make install-docs
The documentation will be installed to
the tree defined by the value of
WEBOS_INSTALL_ROOT (or its default).
You will need to use
sudo if you did not specify
Copyright and License Information
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Copyright (c) 2007-2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
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