Log boot fail/error messages in Ubuntu 9.10
Jan 08, 2010, 10:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"I'm sure we have all seen error or fail messages while
ubuntu is starting (server or desktop version). Because Ubuntu
really loads fast sometimes we don't have enough time to actually
read what module fail to load or what is causing errors. We can
only glance at [ fail ]
"It's really easy to log the boot fail or error messages. An
they might be really useful to read once the system as started.
open the Terminal Window and write:
$ sudo nano /etc/default/bootlogd
"nano text editor will open bootlogd configuration file and
there you will find these 2 lines:"