Ubuntu

Comment 11 for bug 318689

Hernando Torque (htorque) wrote :

Really strange. I always thought it's sufficient to purge a package to get rid of all gconf data but I needed to restart GDM for a clean gconf.

Ok, I tested the trivial fix (as already said I just check if default_logfiles[i] exist with fopen) and it seems to work.

Only Xorg.0.log gets added, the rest either doesn't exist on disk or already exists in /etc/syslog.conf.