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Date:      Mon, 30 Sep 1996 07:33:01 -0400
From:      "Gary Chrysler" <tcg@ime.net>
To:        "Keith Leonard" <keithl@gil.net>, <questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: messages mess up display
Message-ID:  <199609301133.HAA29334@ime.net>

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Well, I'm not exactly sure what messages, But it sounds to me like
you are working on ttyv0 (console), Don't, Move to a different tty.
ie: Alt-f2 or higher.

I personally never touch ttyv0, I leave it alone. Let the messages roar!

-Enjoy
Gary
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> From: Keith Leonard <keithl@gil.net>
> To: questions@freebsd.org
> Subject: messages mess up display
> Date: Sunday, September 29, 1996 10:28 PM
> 
> Howdy,
> I am probably asking a stupid question but - after a lot of work I have
> 2.1.5 working on my machine (486DX4 with 32megs ram and a 824 meg HD). I
> love it (once I caught on to the rationale), however no matter how I log
> on (root or keithl (wheel group)) I keep getting these anoying (sp?)
> messages about loggings and changes , etc. poping up on the display,
which
> of course messes up the file (visually) that I'm working on. I realize to
> get rid of it (on the screen) I just need to cursor past the message and
> back to where I was - BUT PLEEEEASE.....
> 
> Any way to disable this message thingee?
> 
> 
> Any help would be appreaciated
> 
> Keith
> keithl@gil.net
> 
> ps. I have tried compiling the kernel without the system V message option
> and I get the same results.
> 



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