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both these files have incomplete information.
is there a configuration setting that needs to be done
to direct these messages to a user defined file ?
> > how to put or copy all the console messages that appear when a redhat unix
> > box boots up.
> > i need to put all the messages that appear during a system boot up to a
> > file for later analysis.
> Look in your /var/log directory, you'll find them already there.
> both these files have incomplete information.
What messages?Quote:> is there a configuration setting that needs to be done
> to direct these messages to a user defined file ?
When running shl on the console, if a console message appears, like
"Uugetty respawning too rapidly", it puts the terminal in a state where
whatever I type is echoed, but nothing is recognized, and ^Z does not do
anything. I have to go to another terminal and kill the shl process.
Does anyone know why this happens? It is probably one of those internal
things that can't be corrected.
I am writing a shl clone that exhibits the same behavior.
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