Re: screen snapshot
> email@example.com wrote:
> > This question has probably been asked before ... anyhow;
> > How does one get a snapshot/logfile of the bootup process? I know about dmesg
> > but the part which interest me is the processing which occurs _after_ dmesg
> > stops. I've seen various debug messages, but they scroll off the screen before
> > the login prompt comes up. I'd like to investigate and fix them if I could
> > find out what they are. 8-)
> As for taking a snapshot I'm not sure.... .but you can access things that roll off
> of the screen by holding down shift and pressing the page up key to browse through
> the buffer.
I already tried that. It doesn't work. I beleive that the buffer hasn't been
set up yet until the login prompt. The stuff that I need to see appears
_before_ the login prompt shows.
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