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IOLog, DbgPrint output

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I have been trying to do some IOKit development. I am verrrry new to mac. I just wanted to know how to view the output from IOLog or DbgPrint. The documentation says its in the /var/log/syslog.log, i did see any log there. I also tried dmesg and setting the debug.kext and debug.IOLog sys variables to 0xfff but still could not get any log. Can someone point me to the right direction?

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If you have set the debug level correctly, messages will be displayed in /var/log/kernel.log
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