Re: Viewing bootup message
On Tue, 10 Feb 1998, Hamish Moffatt wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 09, 1998 at 09:11:27PM -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > How can you view the entire list of messeges that show when you boot into
> > linux? It all either scrolls by too fast or too much read/decipher as it
> > rolls off the top. Is there a file that mirrors that output or someway I
> > can re-direct it to a file for perusal?
> dmesg will show you the kernel stuff, eg "dmesg | less". Most of
> it is in the logs in /var/log too. There's no way (that I know of)
> to see all the non-kernel stuff.
I could shift/page right back to the bios messages after startup until I
upgraded svgatextmode (currently Version: 1.8-4.) Now I cannot go back
past whatever is on the screen when svgatextmode starts. Has anyone got a
fix for this?
> Note that scroll lock will pause the display.
Lindsay Allen <email@example.com> Perth, Western Australia
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