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Mon Jul 14 11:49:03 CEST 2008

4. Where are the boot messages stored? ( I can see some kind of &#39;help&#39;<br>
message thrown out - most probably because of &nbsp;wrong parameters,<br>
 &nbsp; &nbsp;but unable to read it).</blockquote><div><br>By default, the messages go into a memory buffer. You always can see the last part&nbsp; with &quot;dmesg&quot;. If you want them in a file, edit /etc/syslog.conf and change the destination to &quot;file&quot; (and killall -HUP syslogd). You might as well change ROTATESIZE and ROTATEGENS, and additionally turn off some logging from other daemons like gsmd (see /etc/init.d/gsmd). The other possibility might be DESTINATION=&quot;remote&quot; and have a syslogd on another PC accepting the messages.<br>


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