dmesg explained..

Everyone need's to use the dmesg command at one time or another, as it's the command that you type in a terminal to see if Linux has detected your hardware ok.

It's a good idea when submitting hardware bugs to Launchpad, to type dmesg into a terminal & to copy the output into your bug report. This would more than likely be the first thing that the dev's would ask you to do.
Linux Gazette has a very good article on dmesg here! 


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