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I know a little about a kernel, but I read about /proc/last_kmsg this file should be accessible from recovery. But I do't know if it helps.
 
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I know a little about a kernel, but I read about /proc/last_kmsg this file should be accessible from recovery. But I do't know if it helps.
Thank You for the suggestion.

Actually, that is already enabled in my kernel, but it does not show in /proc for some reason.
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I know a little about a kernel, but I read about /proc/last_kmsg this file should be accessible from recovery. But I do't know if it helps.
Do you know how I can access it from boot loader or from the recovery?
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I only know how to access from the recovery. I use adb (adb shell cat /proc/last_kmsg)
 
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I only know how to access from the recovery. I use adb (adb shell cat /proc/last_kmsg)
Yeah. Thanks but I already know that.

I think that when I go into the recovery, the kmsg file will have the logs for szezso's kernel because I am using his cm11 ROM.

If I install my own recovery with the 3.4 kernel then the recovery may not work because the kernel crashes too early.

So I have to try to access the kmsg file from fastboot somehow. This problem is very hard to solve.
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No booting. No debugging. No 3.4 kernel.
It just seems hopeless now without any debugging logs. I don't know what is going on in the background so I cannot make it boot. I think the kernel image is not being uncompressed, but I have tried to fix that problem buy correcting all physical addresses of the RAM required for the kernel to boot. What could I be missing?
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