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SubjectKernel booting on serial console ... crawling
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I tried to boot my kernel using the serial console, using the
console=ttyS0,115200 (it does the same thing with 9600) ... it work great
until :

Freeing unused kernel memory: 36k freed
serial console detected. Disabling virtual terminals.
console=/dev/ttyS0

At this point the output of the serial line slow down dramaticly ... almost
to a halt ... I get 1 line every 30 seconds !!!

why is this slow down occuring ? the part which is 100% kernel is going fast
and ok, but when it become console related ... it slows down ?

thak you

Patrick Allaire
mailto:pallaire@gameloft.com
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