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Disrupting messages to tty

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Package: firmware-iwlwifi Version: 20161130-2

When I’m doing my everyday job in tty…, the following messages regularly get printed to the screen every couple of minutes:

iwlwifi … L1 Enabled – LTR Disabled

along with a bunch of other, mostly WLAN-related messages.

They disrupt my workflow, overwriting the current screen contents, whatever it currently is (e.g., when working in vim, aptitude, less, …). This is extremely annoying. Are these messages important? Could one redirect these messages elsewhere by default? See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=858824 . (Though, the answer given by Ben there is not very helpful.)

Thanks is advance, Leon

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