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I've been using Hexxeh's image for some time now, but there's a big problem with it I can't seem to fix. Even after boot and klogd is started, my console is still spammed with a bunch of kernel messages. This only got bad when I tried using my Wifi dongle, which spams it nearly constantly, even when not using Internet. Is there some way to fix this?
Nevermind, found a fix. I had to add "quiet" to the end of the kernel command line. It silences all the kernel messages on boot, but once klogd kicks in, any serious kernel messages get printed to the command line, while the rest of the verbose ones are silenced.
Please could you explain this in more detail. I keep getting messages about my mouse disconnecting. It always reconnects, but the console messages are very annoying. It's almost impossible to type anything on the console, because the mouse disconnect messages occur every 30 seconds or so.
I too have been using vi going on close to 30 years now. If you don't have Vim installed (it's part of the Pisces image of Raspbian), you can do the following command to install a near perfect vi clone:dhardingham wrote:Still can't get used to using nano. Too much time spent working with the vi editor over the past 30 years
Then just use 'vi' as you would on any Linux/Unix system.
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sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install vim-tiny vim-common