[PATCH] Remove loglevel from default kernel boot arguments to let kernel using it's default configuration.

Sebastian Krzyszkowiak seba.dos1 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 10 18:36:38 CEST 2009

I'm just repeating, what mwester said to me on IRC. He said, that
repeating loglevel=? in kernel command line twice is wrong, so it
could be even issue with SD cards. Well, patch is very quick, so don't
be sorry :) I just want to make loglevel=0 (or 1? which is the lowest
value?) be really quiet, cause on SHR there are some kernel messages
and they bork splash screen, and mwester said that repeating loglevel
could be wrong.

On 6/10/09, Nelson Castillo <arhuaco at freaks-unidos.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 1:17 PM, Sebastian
> Krzyszkowiak<seba.dos1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Shouldn't then kernel have lower default loglevel? loglevel=7 could be
>> still turned on by long POWER press. Now even kernel can't decide,
>> what loglevel  to use, when booting from NAND...
> We inherit this value from upstream Sebastian. It would be a little
> cryptic to have a different OM default value IMHO.
> I read a thread on LKML where people thought that this was better as a
> kernel option.
> If you wanted to change this value at the moment you would have to
> recompile Qi...
> From what I have read recently Qi philosophy (mid/long term) values SD
> card over NAND thus this is not really an issue.
> I'm sorry about the patch :-/

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