Dimitri John Ledkov <email@example.com> writes:
> My only complaint against systemd-fsck at the moment is (poor?)
> integration with graphical plymouth themes. I'd like to see:
> "Checking disk 2/3... 78% done"
> or some such.
> Which one can see on desktops & servers with upstart/mountall/plymouth
> matched combo.
> Any idea if something like that is in the works? Or is working, but
> just not setup/configured correctly yet?
I don't know if that's in the works, but it looks like it would be pretty
easy to add based on the 204 source. (I haven't looked at a later version
to see if it already added something like that.) Currently, it just sends
output to /dev/console, but it's already processing the fsck output and
turning it into a human-readable message like that. I don't know much
(well, anything) about how plymouth works, but presumably there's just
someplace else to send output like that other than /dev/console that would
produce the correct effect.
Russ Allbery (firstname.lastname@example.org) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>