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Will Printk() output to the standard terminal?
I've put some printk()'s in some of the filesystem files of the linux source tree to try and trace what's going on.
When I run dmesg, I can see a few of my traces, however they aren't showing as I would have expected when I then call the functions again via the terminal.
How can I call some of the system calls and see a modified output?