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On Thursday 24 January 2002 23:05, George Bonser wrote:
> Is there any way to stop the console scrolling during boot? My reason
> for this is I am trying to troubleshoot a boot problem with
> 2.4.18-pre7 and I would like to give a more useful report than "it
> won't boot" but the screen outputs information every few seconds and I
> can't "freeze" the display so I can copy down the initial error(s).
>
> This is an Intel unit using the standard console (not serial console).
> pre7 will not boot but pre6 boots every time.
>

you can get this info via "dmesg"

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