Want console message spew [Re: qi-update-README.patch]
andy at openmoko.com
Tue Nov 25 04:54:34 CET 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
|>>>>> "AG" == Andy Green <andy at openmoko.com> writes:
| AG> - - kernel loglevel is set to NOT output gobs of text to the screen
| AG> + - by default there is no boot spew on the LCM
| I want the spew. It's just not Linux without the spew. All I know is
| when I turn on my Linux computers I see lots of messages like one can
| later see again with dmesg(1). Thou shalt not rob me of that feeling.
| How can I reenable it?
If it's SD Card boot, just create a text file
on the rootfs in question, put in there
and you'll see the messages on boot. If it's NAND right now you need to
edit the default commandline in Qi for gta02.
This definitely is useful if you have a panic or other serious trouble
and no debug board, but if you're working OK it just slows boot down.
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