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    <revision version="3.3" date="2011-10-30" status="review"/>
    <desc>Introduction to the <app>GNOME System Log</app>.</desc>

    <credit type="author">
      <name>Ekaterina Gerasimova</name>
      <email>kittykat3756@googlemail.com</email>
    </credit>

    <license>
      <p>Creative Commons Share Alike 3.0</p>
    </license>
  </info>

  <title>はじめに</title>

  <p><app>Log File Viewer</app> is a graphical, menu-driven viewer that you can
  use to view and monitor your system logs. <app>Log File Viewer</app> comes
  with a few functions that can help you manage your logs, including a log
  monitor and log statistics display.</p>

  <p><app>Log File Viewer</app> is useful if you are new to system
  administration because it provides an easier, more user-friendly display of
  your logs than a text display of the log file. It is also useful for more
  experienced administrators, as it contains a monitor to enable you to
  continuously monitor crucial logs.</p>

  <note style="tip">
    <p><app>Log File Viewer</app> is useful only to those who have access to the
    system log files, which generally requires root access.</p>
  </note>

  <figure>
    <title> </title>
    <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/log-viewer-main.png"/>
  </figure>

</page>