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Old 11-14-2003, 04:54 PM   #1
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redirecting kernel's printk of an error message

I am installing debian woody on a box that has a known conflict between woody's default kernel and the mainboard (ASUS A7A266 w/ALImagic chipset).

From what I have encountered off of various newsgroups - the conflict is harmless other than a rather annoying printk that shows up about every 10secs.

I would like to know how to redirect this error to /dev/null such that I can at least finish installing woody in a sane manner.

Any suggestions?



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