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Wed, 18 Nov 2009 18:35:36 +0100
Jakub Daniel, le Wed 18 Nov 2009 18:25:32 +0100, a écrit :
> Definitely hurd console ... I configured it to run after boot up.
Ok, then in that case it's normal that you don't see the gnumach
messages: they are "behind" the hurd console. We'd probably need to
setup syslog or such to dump gnumach messages on the Hurd console too.
What you can do is type ctrl-alt-backspace to kill the Hurd console and
get back to the Mach console. Then you can login, type halt, and see
the Mach messages about shutdown. You'll notice that a few seconds are
needed to sync all the ext2fss.
- halt, Jakub Daniel, 2009/11/18
- Re: halt, Samuel Thibault, 2009/11/18
- Re: halt, Jakub Daniel, 2009/11/18
- Re: halt,
Samuel Thibault <=
- Re: halt, Anatoly A. Kazantsev, 2009/11/18