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Old 07-07-2005, 11:02 PM   #1
Daveb3
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wheres the rest of the bootup messages?


when i boot debian 3.1/kernel 2.4.27, i'm seeing a string of skipping modules info & i only have 1 module loaded when i run lsmod.

I cant find that skipping reference anywhere in dmesg or any of the likely canidates in /var/log/messages.

Is there any way to see/capture the complete bootup message?
 
Old 07-08-2005, 12:06 AM   #2
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it might be skipping the modules cause the are not needed. like when i install 2.6 kernel in slackware, i get some errors like that cuase it is looking for modules that i have compiled into the kernel. so, maybe that is it. is something not working? casue if it isnt broken dont fix it. you know...
 
  


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