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Kernel.log is gone after 10.8.2 update?


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hi,

I can't seem to find my kernel.log after I updated to 10.8.2, checked console and system profiler, no kernel.log. can someone help? :) I googled, but seems like the problem's not very common...

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hello

in terminal

sudo dmesg

good hack
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hello

in terminal

sudo dmesg

good hack

Before seeing your post, I was referring to system.log for some info

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ah, there the info is - thanks :) so it's normal that kernel.log is gone from my system?

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In ML, the kernel and system log are merged together.

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thanks! you helped me a lot :)

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In ML, the kernel and system log are merged together.

Yep, it's really annoying





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