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Re: Suppressing Kernel/Module Output

On 2/25/03 13:38, Philip_(_dot_)_Miller_(_at_)_ogilvy_(_dot_)_com wrote:

> thats either "*.err" or "kern.debug" in /etc/syslog.conf
> not exactly sure which, just comment out the line going
> to /dev/console, yyp it (you ARE using vi right?) and
> experiment with removing one or the other.... which
> ever one works make sure you put it on the next
> line (going to /var/log/messages) so you dont
> lose potentially important error output ;)

Sorry, I should have also mentioned that I'm not running syslogd. (It's on a
specialized system running on a read-only filesystem.

> Patrick Gibson <openbsd_list_(_at_)_patrickg_(_dot_)_com>
> Sent by: owner-misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
> 02/25/03 04:26 PM
> If I try to mount a CD (i386, OpenBSD 3.2) and no CD is in the drive, I get an
> error message printed in blue blackground on the console like so:
> cd0(atapiscsi0:0:0): Check Condition on opcode 0x43
>   SENSE KEY: Not Ready
>    ASC/ASCQ: Medium Not Present
> Is there an easy way for me to suppress these messages from the console?
> Thanks,
> Patrick