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Subjectcapturing oopses
What different options are there to capture the kernel oops 
messages besides the pen and paper method. Is there for instance
a method for capturing kernel oopses during boot (happened to me
one whenever starting init), maybe over a network. I have read the
docs (mostly ;-) and didn't find any information on such a setup. I
would be glad to learn more, since that is what i am here for!


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