Interesting theory, but no- that wasn't it.
> Matthew Jacob wrote:
> > Something wierd has been happening lately- the serial console on my i386
> > machine works fine up until init is forked.. THen the output is mangled, and
> > one gets replicated and/or mangled stuff. On a reboot I'm getthing things
> > like:
> > WWWWWaaaaaiiiiitttttiiiiinnnnnggggg (((((mmmmmaaaaaxxxxx 6666600000
> > ssssseeeeecccccooooonnnnndddddsssss))))) fffffooooorrrrr
> > sssssyyyyysssssttttteeeeemmmmm ppppprrrrroooooccccceeeeessssssssss
> > `````bbbbbuuuuufffffdddddaaaaaeeeeemmmmmooooonnnnn''''' tttttooooo
> > ssssstttttoooooppppp...............ssssstttttoooooppppppppppeeeeeddddd
> > It's like the output is being repeated...
> > Anyone seen same?
> My guess is you might be using PHK's syslog feature and be sending
> console output to the console ? (I haven't tried it tho).
> Check your syslog.conf (or disable syslogd and see what happens).
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