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    I figured this is the best place to post this...Does anyone know if there is anywhere on the device that holds error logs, like the temp directory on windows? I recently had a issue with the email client where it kept trying to resend an email but received a nondescript "error", however it sent the email anyways...so I effectively email bombed a friend by accident.
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    I wish I can be of help, but I would like to know this too.
    As of recently, I had this wierd thing going on where my touch screen would not work, but once I plug it into a charger or PC, it would work again. Or phone works until I plug it in and than loss touch....

    Please help us!!
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    Typically Linux has /var/log, especially /var/log/messages. But on the device most logging is disabled.
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    I know you can change the logging levels on a BlackBerry...any idea if this can be done in WebOS?
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    LunaSysMgr takes the --logger parameter.

    Maybe there is a upstart file that you can tweak to get it to start LunaSysMgr --logger=99

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