Bug#561764: #561764 boot warnings fly off screen and are not logged to any file
retitle 561764 boot warnings fly off screen and are not logged to any file
Also for the normal user, even putting sleep(1)s into /etc/init.d/udev in
order to be given time to read the messages won't help a single bit,
as it is not /etc/init.d/udev that is causing the trouble, but instead
the version of that file embedded inside
$ zcat /boot/initrd.img-2.6.32-trunk-686|(cd /tmp;cpio -idvm)
$ cd /tmp; find|xargs grep -l SYSFS.*future
So there is not anything a stock kernel user can do to see what has
flown by so fast... indeed there are about 10 warnings IN CAPITOL
LETTERS and it is no fair to flash these teaser messages without
giving the user any way to see what they say. This is an computer
accessibility issue that affects all but the top 1% of speed readers.
To log them, Debian should please save them to memory, then read them
back from memory onto a disk later when the real disk is available.