On Thursday, April 26, 2012 16:45:08, Tollef Fog Heen wrote: > ]] Chris Knadle > > > The default of passing 'quiet' to the kernel is also apparently picked > > up by systemd, which then suppresses the daemon startup messages. If > > 'quiet' is removed, systemd gives colorized daemon startup messages, > > but this also makes the kernel noisy. > > I suspect you just want to use plymouth if you want startup messages and > don't want to get rid of quiet. I'm not looking for graphics or boot animation -- for instance I don't like Ubuntu's default of graphical bootup, which from screenshots.debian.net seems like it uses plymouth. Specifically I'm looking to see the daemon startup console *text* messages, but without verbose kernel bootup noise that is gotten if the 'quiet' option is removed. Debian's default startup/init already does this, with ANSI color. I'm looking to see if I can duplicate a similar appearance with systemd. -- Chris -- Chris Knadle Chris.Knadle@coredump.us GPG Key: 4096R/0x1E759A726A9FDD74
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