|63||63||The option ''Enable debug syslog'' in the boot loader's ''Debug menu'' makes the syslog somewhat persistent in memory. (By default, the option is enabled.) This means that it will (usually) survive a reset. If you are lucky, it will be saved to **`/var/log/previous_syslog`** on reboot; if you are not, you will have to enter the boot loader menu, and choose ''Debug menu'' and then ''Display syslog from previous session'' or ''Save syslog from previous session''. The former displays the syslog on screen, the latter allows you to save it as a file to disk. (Note that at the moment only FAT32 volumes are supported for writing the file to.) If you want to use a USB stick, but have plugged it in too late so that it isn't recognized, you can reset the machine and re-enter the boot loader menu.