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Re: tty's messages

Here is what i've done:

Andrey Ponomarev wrote:
> man syslog.conf

Sory, but i din't understand.

Mark Suter wrote:
> Edit /etc/init.d/klogd to add "-c 4" as an option and then
> restart the deamon.

I've tried. But i didn't find where i have add this as an option. I've
added it to binpath: "binpath=/sbin/klogd -c 4" but it didn't work. And
then David Ramsden's solved this:

David Ramsden wrote:
> Edit /etc/init.d/klogd and add "-c 4" (for example) to KLOGD="" so it
> reads:
> KLOGD="-c 4"

It works although /proc/sys/kernel/printk is "1  7  4 7".

Gian Luigi Romita wrote:
> setterm -msg off

I did, but anything was changed. (I didn't do anything -e.g. reboot-
after this command ?)

Lukas Ruf wrote:
> 1       4       1       7

> Thus, I assume, you could easily change the console_loglevel by
> writing to >/proc/sys/kernel/printk< what you wanna do.

Yes, this works. I wrote 1	 4  1  7 to /proc/sys/kernel/printk.
But after reboot it turns 7  1  4  7. How can i solve this? Or there is
no way to do this?

micah wrote:
> Try dmesg -n1 or alternatively, change your firewall rules so they
> don't log so much.

It seems, problem was solved. I didn't try this. But i think i can't be
able to change my firewall rules. 

As you see i'm a newbie, so all of your replies are very valuable for
me. Now i'm looking for any documents for this. Thanks and thanks all...

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