I've just upgraded from 11.10 to 12.04 and I'm seeing console output on my X screen. It's not legible but sometimes I can even see the cursor blinking. I'm also running a multi-seat system and I see garbage on the screen when someone types on the second keyboard as well.
I've installed Windows 7 Home Premium. It's working fine, except one major problem.
When I run any C or C++ program in the console, using any software like Dev-C++, Code::Blocks or Visual Studio, it takes too long to respond. It also does not kill the process of that .exe file – even when I close the console window. It repeatedly shows the previous output, not the newly compiled output.
I've created a session in screen. It produced some output. Now I want to see it. So I attached the needed session, but could only see output limited by the size of console size. If I scroll up I see previous console commands, not screens output. If I try to navigate using arrows then just arrow keys codes are inserted.
Is there any way to get the output of the screen session?
If you get one of these two messages it means you either have a bad connection or you forgot to turn off the screen that you used last (the second one only happens in my experience when use multiple types of screens).
I wish to suppress all system log messages from going to any virtual console. I do want to see those messages in the relevant files, just not immediately on any virtual console. My kernel boot parameters include loglevel=1 quiet. (Yes, I've checked that all three ells are ells, and the one is a one.) I've stripped /etc/rsyslogd.conf down so it includes just what you see below.