On Sun, 14 Jul 2002, Sandy Harris wrote:
> Use two machines, both set to put boot messages on a serial console and
> connected so that when either reboots, the other is used as console. Do
> your sound in userspace (which I agree is where it belongs). Now as long
> as you don't reboot both at once (use a UPS!), you have sound for boot
One might set up an embedded device reading out console to do that.
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