Re: kernel messages
On Tue, Feb 05, 2002 at 10:17:16AM +0300, Alexey wrote:
> Subj. "kernel messages" is derived from "simple questions"
> > > MSDOS FS: Using codepage 866
> > > MSDOS FS: IO charset koi8-r
> > This is kernel messages.
> > You can't hide them on a console.
Yes you can.
> Thanks. Can I compile my kernel using any special options to
> make messages like those, or like "lp0: compatibility mode"
> (when starting lpd) not to appear anymore?
Few things can be done:
# dmesg -n1
Or try edit part of /etc/syslog.conf and restart it.
I heard as below too:
Garbage display by klogd daemon can be annoying. Set KLOGD="-c 4" in
/etc/init.d/klogd solved this problem on Linux 2.4.17-686 iptables
on Debian woody.
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