> I don't know if there is a way ov overriding this issue with the logs -
> I somehow suspect that there won't be a simple way, and that it is a
> matter of Debian policy. Me, I guess I'd set up sudoers so that my
> normal login can sudo less with no password, and then alias say LESS or
> sless as "sudo less" - not solving the problem, as such, but working
> around it.
Do yuo have logrotate installed? I think you can stick a
chmod 644 in the postrotate script for the logs you want
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