Re: Kernel messages during startup
Thanks, Ralf! I've wondered about that since 1999.
On Tue, Aug 09, 2011 at 07:04:28PM +0200, Ralf Jung wrote:
> > *Hi,
> > by the way how to stop/start the " Kernel messages during startup",
> > to have enough time to read on the fly, what it is doing
> > thanks
> > *
> that depends on which messages you mean: The messages coming from the kernel
> (recognisable by the [timestamp]) end up in /var/log/dmesg, the easiest way to
> read them is the "dmesg" command. However, there are many more messages there
> that are not printed, you can to look for the ones you grasp during startup.
> For messages from the init scripts, you have to enable boot logging
> (http://www.go2linux.org/bootlogd-to-read-boot-console-messages), then you can
> find them in /var/log/boot.
> Kind regards,
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