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Thread: how to enable kernel log terminal? Ctrl+Alt+F10 (F9? F11?)

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    Default how to enable kernel log terminal? Ctrl+Alt+F10 (F9? F11?)

    There is some log terminal on Ctrl+Alt+F10 in openSUSE 13, but nothing in 42 and newer versions. Also IIRC there were different logs on Ctrl+Alt+F9 and Ctrl+Alt+F11 in older openSUSE versions (dmesg or something else?).
    How do I enable this (these?) terminal(s) in 42 and Tumbleweed?

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    Default Re: how to enable kernel log terminal? Ctrl+Alt+F10 (F9? F11?)

    You should set parameters ForwardToСonsole=yes and TTYPath=/dev/tty10 in config file /etc/systemd/journald.conf

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    Default Re: how to enable kernel log terminal? Ctrl+Alt+F10 (F9? F11?)

    Quote Originally Posted by Yegor View Post
    You should set parameters ForwardToСonsole=yes and TTYPath=/dev/tty10 in config file /etc/systemd/journald.conf
    Thank you, systemd log appeared on Ctrl+Alt+F10.
    Is it possible to forward dmesg output to tty9 or tty11? IIRC there were different logs on different terminals in older openSUSE releases.

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