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14.3.13. Linux kernel messages are not printed on the console

I expect to see some Linux kernel messages on the console, but there aren't any.

This is absolutely normal when using the ELDK with root filesystem over NFS. The ELDK startup routines will start the syslog daemon, which will collect all kernel messages and write them into a logfile ( /var/log/messages ).

If you want to see the messages at the console, either run "tail -f /var/log/messages &" on the console window, or stop the syslog daemon by issuing a "/etc/rc.d/init.d/syslog stop" command. Another alternative is to increase the console_loglevel of the kernel (any message with log level less than console_loglevel will be printed to the console). With the following command the console_loglevel could be set at runtime: "echo 8 > /proc/sys/kernel/printk". Now all messages are displayed on the console.
14.3.12. Loopback interface does not work 1. Abstract 14.3.14. Linux ignores input when using the framebuffer driver
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