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    For output of kernel data there is printk, and then there is now a kernel debuggers, kdb and kdbg. Here is a link that explains it a bit better (from kernel.org): https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/ker...e/jwessel/kdb/
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    I'm quite curious as to how printk works, can anyone explain?

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    printk works similar to the printf in userspace. You can refer
    makelinux.net/books/lkd2/ch18lev1sec3

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    thanks fauny

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