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logging of "loved" output

Kevin Korb conserver@sanitarium.net
Wed, 22 Jun 2005 11:18:00 -0700 (PDT)

I am currently using conserver with the -u option to log "unloved"
output to stdout which I then capture and parse with other programs.
Unfortunately that does not include any output that happens while a user
is attatched to the port.  I need conserver to send all console output
to stdout for processessing regardless of loved or unloved.  I have
played with the -U option a bit trying to get it to output to stdout
with things like -U- but that didn't work.  I also discovered that -u
and -U seem to handle CRLF translations differently which is a problem
for me with -U.

I took a look into the source code and attempted to comment out the if
command that prevents the logging of loved output but that didn't seem
to help and the conserver code is a bit too convoluted for my limited
knowledge of C.  Can anyone help with this?