Is it possible to pipe serial console output to a file or a buffer or some virtual or pseudo device (in /dev)? The Kernel command line has in startup at this point "console=null,115200". (Normally it has "console=ttyS0,115200" - my requirement is: if "console=null,115200", should the output go to some other place than ttyS0, e.g. a virtual or pseudo device or to a file/buffer)

Maybe somebody know if there is good solution available?

Thanks a lot in advance!

asked 01 Jul '13, 10:27

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check mkfifo command

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answered 22 Aug '13, 13:55

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