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SubjectRe: AW: Bootscreen
John Bradford, Tue, Jan 28, 2003 11:32:34 +0100:
> > Would it be possible/easy (i.e.: the least
> > way of resistance) to modify the kernel so
> > that console initialization does not happen
> > until everything is up and running? What I
> > was up to in the first place was getting into
> > X as fast as possible, and without too many
> > different screens.
>
> There is a boot option to do this, but I can't remember what it is :-)
>
> It's something like boot=silent, or something.

"quiet"
It sets console log level to maximum.

> then, you just get:
>
> LILO loading linux...
> Uncompressing the kernel...
>
> Welcome to Linux 2.4.20
> login:
>
> John.
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