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Sefid par 11-25-2013 03:55 AM

Linux loading messages
 
When my Slackware is loading, it stops on some messages. It seems it is listening/waiting to/for something. This listen takes about 1-2 seconds. I can read it. But it goes after a short while.

I want to know how to recover these messages to find out information about why it waits on this message. How can I find these messages?

I think `dmesg` doesn't help. Because when I checked `dmesg|grep -i monitor` it did not show the message which I was searching for.

BroX 11-25-2013 04:44 AM

You can try
Code:

grep -i monitor /var/log/message

drmozes 11-25-2013 07:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sefid par (Post 5070191)
When my Slackware is loading, it stops on some messages. It seems it is listening/waiting to/for something. This listen takes about 1-2 seconds. I can read it. But it goes after a short while.

I want to know how to recover these messages to find out information about why it waits on this message. How can I find these messages?

I think `dmesg` doesn't help. Because when I checked `dmesg|grep -i monitor` it did not show the message which I was searching for.

It might be the DHCP client, if you're using it to get an IP.
Press the page up on your keyboard and have a look.

Sefid par 11-27-2013 05:43 AM

@drmozes: Excuse me, for the bad misspelling, The problem was about 'minor'

it was exactly:
Code:

[drm] Initialized i915 1.6.0 20080730 for 0000:00:02.0 on minor 0
@Brox: You are right. the messages are in dmesg exactly. dmesg could work. My fault was about typing 'monitor' instead of 'minor'.


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