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CONSOLE SCREEN - SCROLL BACK

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When Novell boots and the information scrolls off the screen. Is there  a way that  I can scroll back up the console ? ( for example with linux that canbe achieved using SHIFT UP arrow )
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I'm not aware of any way to scroll back up the screen, but if load conlog.nlm it will capture all console messages and write them to a text file in SYS:etc\console.log
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by:superfranco
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I haven't tried yet but I trust you ....
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by:lindr
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If you have any trouble post back to this question (as a comment) even though it is marked answered, and I will try to help you.
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Thanx man !!! I will do so if I need to... But your solution is quite good, I doubted in the first place that Novell was as dynamic as Linux in that regard. Still I think they are both great OS !!


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