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> > There is a boot option to do this, but I can't remember what it is :-)
> What you mean, I believe, is "quiet".

Yep, that's it :-)

> > LILO loading linux...
> > Uncompressing the kernel...
> Yeah, these can be easily supressed, somewhere in arch/i386/boot/compressed
>
> Are you in effect saying that Linux is *not* reinitializing the display,
> but the bootloader is?

No.

If you use the framebuffer, the kernel re-initialises the display when
it boots.

John.
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