Re: boot messeage

Samuel Maftoul (maftoul@esrf.fr)
Wed, 9 Jan 2002 08:57:15 +0100


On Wed, Jan 09, 2002 at 02:41:04PM +0800, hanhbkernel wrote:
> When booting Linux, the kernel messages are shown on
> screen.
> I don't like to show these messages, so "Support for
> console on virtual terminal" and "Support for console
> on serial port" are not chose when compiling kernel.
> But using the new kernel, computer can't boot. If one
> of "Support for console on virtual terminal" and
> "Support for console on serial port" is chose,
> Computer can be booted. If I doní»t like the booting
> messages shown through terminal or HyperTerminal on
> screen. Would you like to tell me how could I do?

Use the "Support for console on virtual terminal and output the stuff to
a non used seria port :
append to lilo something like this: append="console=/dev/tty4"
Sam
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