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    Logging Ndiswrapper output to a file


    I am having problems with ndiswrapper. I can get it to print its debug data to the screen but it scrolls off the screen too fast to be of any use. I am trying to get it to write to a file but it won't appear in any of the logs (even used grep on every file in the logs directory). I did try to alter syslog.conf but not entirely sure what should be in it.

    Ndiswrapper seems to print debug data using printk().

    Thanks

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    hmm, try this:
    command > ~/some_file.txt

    replace command with whatever command you used, the > operator sends output to a file in home directory called some_file.txt
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