Am 25.07.2014 22:02, schrieb The Wanderer: > On 07/25/2014 03:33 PM, Michael Biebl wrote: > >> Hi, > >> Am 25.07.2014 20:27, schrieb Steven Post: > >>> I'm running Jessie (lagging about 5 days behind with the updates) >>> and use systemd-sysv. Today I noticed that there is no visual >>> feedback from fsck when checking an ext4 filesystem at boot time. >>> Since it appears the system is stuck (apart from the HDD LED) I >>> would consdider this a bug. Is this known? I wanted to check the >>> list first, especially since the system not fully up-to-date, >>> before filing a bug report. I quick search didn't bring up any >>> results. > >> If the system is booted with the "quiet" kernel command line option, >> no messages are shown by systemd. >> You can either remove "quiet" from the kernel command line or use >> the >> systemd.show_status=true|false >> systemd.sysv_console=true|false >> systemd.log_level= >> systemd.log_target= >> boot options to control that in a fine grained manner. > > Is there any plan to do either of these things in the Debian-default > configuration (and possibly update existing installs to match, if > unmodified)? No, there is no such plan. -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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