/dev/null and init
haferfrost at web.de
Mon Jul 16 12:34:41 PDT 2001
On 16 Jul 2001, at 11:16, Ainsley Pereira wrote:
> The output you refer to is probably kernel output from the module itself,
> not insmod's output. Kernel output doesn't get redirected. If you want to
> get rid of it, look for the 'printk' statements in the kernel/module source
> and comment them out (with /* comment */ style commenting).
Hacking printks isn't necessary. The dmesg command can be used to
temporarily disable certain kernel messages.
Try to insert
in your script before calling insmod. And after the call to insmod
If this successfully suppresses your messages you should increase the
first -n number to the highest possible that will suppress your messages
Ambition is a poor excuse for not having enough sense to be lazy.
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