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How do I disable messages or logging from printing on the console/virtual terminals?
My wireless driver is noisy. It prints out messages to the console every 10-30 seconds. So, if I'm working on VT1 or something, I get messages scrolling by all the time. Is there a way to shut this ...
Jan 21 '12 at 2:57
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