#dmesg > debian
will show you the boot message
Deepak Tripathi .---.
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From: debian [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thu 10/26/2006 4:59 PM
Subject: how can i see booting messages ??
I still have problems with my new installation.
There is some important information (i think) displayed just after grub
starts booting about the hdd, but i can't see what it is because it goes
to fast and it is too far up to go with CTRL-PageUP.
So, is there i way that i can pause or stop the messages so that i seen
what it is ?
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