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OSSP fsl offers the syslog(3) API otherwise provided by the Standard C Library (libc). Instead of writing to the syslogd(8) process, it uses the powerful OSSP l2 logging capabilities. It is a drop-in link-time replacement which enables any syslog(3) consumer to take advantage of OSSP l2 by just linking this library in before libc. The program is intended to apply OSSP l2 functionality to existing syslog(3) based third-party programs without the requirement to change the source code of the program.
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