Description of problem:
Fresh install - psad doesn't update /etc/rsyslogd.conf. Manually running install.pl and specifying rsyslogd works.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install psad on a system running rsyslog
2. Follow the documentation to test the install
3. (r)syslogd support doesn't work
no connection to syslog
connection to syslog
Perusing the spec file, it would seem that this wouldn't have worked for syslog, either, as install.pl doesn't appear to be invoked.
It would seem that either the documentation requires an update to indicate the manual syslog configuration that is required. Adding install.pl to the distribution would also be nice. Best of course would be to update /etc/rsyslog.conf properly during the install. As far as I can tell, that's the only thing currently not updated that install.pl otherwise takes care of.
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