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Re: fsck progress not shown on boot with systemd as pid 1

Am 26.07.2014 12:03, schrieb Mark Carroll:
> Curt <curty@free.fr> writes:
>> On 2014-07-25, Brian <ad44@cityscape.co.uk> wrote:
>>> With sysvinit the default at booting is for the screen messages to fly
>>> past at a bewildering speed and then for the screen to be cleared by
>>> agetty. Nobody particularily complains about this behaviour. Unless
>>> you have an excellent visual memory you are in the dark as regards what
>>> happened.
>> Isn't "dmesg" intended to unbewilder the bewildered?
> Unfortunately not all of what is actually printed on the screen seems to
> make it into the dmesg output.

You can use the journal for that. It captures everything.
Try journalctl -alb

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