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SubjectRe: printk in init_module mixing with printf in insmod
>   printk("Hello, world\n");
> in the module are intermixed unpleasantly, yielding output like
> Warning: loHello,ading foo.o world
> will taint kernel
> This garbled output makes reading the debugging printk's difficult.
> I suppose this isn't terribly important, since printk's are
> kind of a no-no in production, and this only affects printk's
> in init_module, but it'd be nice to know what
> the cleanest way to get rid of the mixing is. Adding a sleep
> inside insmod seems heavyhanded. I suppose I could redirect
> insmod's output to a file, sleep a bit, and then display the
> file... bleah.

Probably you want to fprintf the message after the module initialise has
reported completion, instead of before. I see no good way of hiding it
the other way around.
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