System output on console

Darren Marshall darren.marshall at marconi.com
Mon Jul 23 02:39:38 PDT 2001


Try changing the option for klogd in /etc/init.d/sysklogd to the following:

loadproc /usr/sbin/klogd -c 4

See "man klogd" for a description of this option.

Regards,
Darren.

On Mon, Jul 23, 2001 at 11:12:57AM +0200, Alexander Roalter wrote:
> This item is merely cosmetic, but it bothers me now already for quite a
> long
> time.
> 
> I've built LFS for several times for now since almost a year, but 
> there is the fact that modules which get loaded print their messages
> on the current console. 
> 
> When booting up, I start a script which sets the audio volume. Since the
> audio driver is a modules, now the module is loaded, and whilst
> init writes "Setting audio volume...", the modloader writes
> "es1371 detected (PCI IRQ 9)... bla bla bla"
> and so on, and then on the next line the "[ OK ]" arrives. 
> 
> This is valid for most other drivers, too: The SCSI-Emulation, the
> ZIP disk (sd), the CD-ROMS (sr), The network card, the mga_vid-Device 
> for mplayer, and also reiserfs gives a lot of status messages.
> 
> On my former SuSE systems this didn't appear, but when checking the
> config files (modules.conf, syslog.conf....)I could not notice some
> differences I could not explain or which had not to do with it - maybe
> they used a patched modules-package.
> 
> I'm asking if someone has the same experience, or someone knows
> how to avoid them...
> 
> Regards, 
> Ro-ee
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