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  1. mint@mint ~ $ dmesg - log.txt
  2.  
  3. Usage:
  4. dmesg [options]
  5.  
  6. Options:
  7. -C, --clear clear the kernel ring buffer
  8. -c, --read-clear read and clear all messages
  9. -D, --console-off disable printing messages to console
  10. -d, --show-delta show time delta between printed messages
  11. -E, --console-on enable printing messages to console
  12. -f, --facility <list> restrict output to defined facilities
  13. -h, --help display this help and exit
  14. -k, --kernel display kernel messages
  15. -l, --level <list> restrict output to defined levels
  16. -n, --console-level <level> set level of messages printed to console
  17. -r, --raw print the raw message buffer
  18. -s, --buffer-size <size> buffer size to query the kernel ring buffer
  19. -T, --ctime show human readable timestamp (could be
  20. inaccurate if you have used SUSPEND/RESUME)
  21. -t, --notime don't print messages timestamp
  22. -u, --userspace display userspace messages
  23. -V, --version output version information and exit
  24. -x, --decode decode facility and level to readable string
  25.  
  26. Supported log facilities:
  27. kern - kernel messages
  28. user - random user-level messages
  29. mail - mail system
  30. daemon - system daemons
  31. auth - security/authorization messages
  32. syslog - messages generated internally by syslogd
  33. lpr - line printer subsystem
  34. news - network news subsystem
  35.  
  36. Supported log levels (priorities):
  37. emerg - system is unusable
  38. alert - action must be taken immediately
  39. crit - critical conditions
  40. err - error conditions
  41. warn - warning conditions
  42. notice - normal but significant condition
  43. info - informational
  44. debug - debug-level messages
  45.  
  46. mint@mint ~ $
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