> I have LOTS of boot messages, and they are not all logged. They
I assume you are referring to kernel messages. You should run klogd.
This daemon reads kernel messages on /dev/log, and feeds them to syslog=
on the kernel facility. Then, you can tune the amount of logged message=
with the usual priority settings in syslog.conf (eg if you want to
log *all* kernel messages to /var/log/kernel, you just have to put