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Old 08-26-2011, 07:39 PM   #5
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the info in the brackets is the last thousand seconds and thousand milliseconds of the epoch.

if you've ever looked at your kprintfs (assuming your kernel was compiled with the option) you will see uptime next to the status message (seconds.microseconds).

this is a ten minute debugging app; it's not really going to get a lot of my attention. =]

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Hey dude what is the info displayed in brackets at the beginning of the output of every fbout instance? Can it be hidden? *grin*

If it were possible to replace the question-mark-like EOL character with a more solid block, that would be awesome... wouldn't it?
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