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Old 01-27-2014, 06:23 AM   #1
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initctl log-priority options, I want to save

Init log-prority debug option, I would like to save.

Why is the whole process from startup event I would like to see.

However, the init log-priority option to reboot and reset to the message.

What should I do?

If there is no way to modify upstart source should I do?

From the first track and I would like to startup.


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