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do i need klogd?

On Wednesday 05 September 2001 13:50, Alan Cox wrote:
> > when debugging drivers using printk i've the problem that most often
> > the msg passed to printk don't show up on the console since the machine
> > crashed before. i also what to use my own ASSERT macros which halt the
>
> printk writes to the console synchronously unless you have configured
> syslogk to process the messages and log them itself. You may want to boot
> with syslogk disabled and see if that is your problem.
>
> 2.4 also supports serial console which can be useful when the box insists
> on crashing in X11
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