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[directfb-users] Re: Kernel Messages move half of Xdirectfb session off screen



Hi,

try this: 

echo "0" > /proc/sys/kernel/printk

regards,
George.

&Agr;&rgr;&khgr;&igr;&kgr;&oacgr; &mgr;&eeacgr;&ngr;&ugr;&mgr;&agr; &agr;&pgr;&oacgr;  dave giffin <givdav01@yahoo.com>:

> I've been using XDirectFB for several days now and it
> works really well. I like having transparent windows.
> 
> Today, I was working with a floppy disk, and a bunch
> of kernel messages (about parts of the floppy disk
> being damaged) appeared on my XDirectFB screen,
> pushing my XDirectFB session up.
> 
> There where a number of messages, which pushed my
> XDirectFB session halfway up my monitor, so the top
> half of my X session disappeared.
> 
> Even after I moved my mouse cursor and windows, my
> XDirectFB session didn't refresh over the kernel
> messages.
> 
> I restarted XDirectFB and it went away.
> 
> Is there a way to prevent the kernel messages from
> showing up on my XDirectFB session? (though I'd still
> like to see the messages from the kernel when its
> booting)
> 
> Or is there at least a way to refresh over them?
> 
> 
> 
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