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Hi, I'm new with syslog messages on Linux OS and I have a small question. I configure my rsyslog to create messages for "auth.*". Now when I log in the ...
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    linux syslog messages


    Hi,
    I'm new with syslog messages on Linux OS and I have a small question.
    I configure my rsyslog to create messages for "auth.*".
    Now when I log in the system I get the next message in my logs:

    "pam_unix(login:session): session opened for user uri by LOGIN(uid=0)"

    I wonder if I can control this message text?
    If there is a way to add the UID of the user "uri" to the message text?

    Thanks

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    change the UID with your current username, it may work

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