Re: How to capture bootup messages?
Paulo M C Aragão wrote:
Colin Ingram wrote on Jun, 15:
This is curious. I'm running Debian stock kernel 2.4.27-2-686 and
I don't think these are needed or that they are the problem
seem to be configured (checked /boot/config-2.4.27-2-686), but
works for me.
Do you use udev?
My ignorance: how do I check if I am using devfs or udev ?
# file /dev/.udevdb /dev/.devfsd
[but that's quick&dirty, does it matter?]
It matters because if Paulo or anyone else is not using udev then they
want be affected by the udev/bootlogd init script bug. Mainly because
they want have /etc/init.d/udev on their system which umounts /dev/pts
so bootlogd can no longer work.
I can't believe no one else has this problem. Is there something else
wrong with my system.