iPhone Where are ssh login attempts logged to on jailbroken iPhone with OpenSSH?

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  1. cjhockey35 macrumors newbie

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    I know in Ubuntu they are in /var/log/auth.log but I can't find where they are logged on the iPhone. I have looked seemingly everywhere.
     
  2. cjhockey35 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    [iPhone] Where are ssh login attempts logged to on jailbroken iPhone with OpenSSH?

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  3. lva macrumors member

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    You've checked standard unix paths for logging like /var/log/ or /var/logs/?

    Did not use SSH, but I think logging must be activated in SSH configuration.
     
  4. cjhockey35 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    yes i have made sure that loggings is active, and I have literally scoured the phone for where the logs might be.
     
  5. lva macrumors member

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    Which loglevel do you set to?
    Tried LogLevel VERBOSE?

    Please also try to create an empty file in log-folder with the name of SSH logs like other unix distributions do. Perhaps SSH expects these files to write logs in? And also don't forget to restart SSH service or reboot phone, when you change something in configurations.
     

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