[Bug 538524] Re: boot hangs on splash screen, doesn't switch to KDM
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538524 at bugs.launchpad.net
Wed Mar 17 01:38:56 UTC 2010
This bug was fixed in the package plymouth - 0.8.0~-15
plymouth (0.8.0~-15) lucid; urgency=low
* debian/plymouth.upstart, debian/plymouth.plymouth-stop.upstart:
- Replace the "stop on" clause in plymouth's own job with a job that
handles stopping plymouth for the normal cases.
For a display manager that handles the plymouth transition properly
(gdm & ubiquity only at this point), this simply appears to be running
until plymouth is stopped by that display manager. This blocks plymouth
from being stopped for other reasons, e.g. rc2 exiting. LP: #538214.
For other display managers, and when we reach the end of rc2 or
other reasons, this simply asks plymouth to quit. We never use
--retain-splash, if the display manager can't do plymouth transitions,
we never want to leave the VT in KD_GRAPHICS in case the display
manager gets things wrong (hi, kdm!). LP: #538524.
- Add LXDM. LP: #526748
- Remove the "starting gdm" bit from the job, since that won't have any
effect (job is already started by the time gdm is); and as a result of
the above changes could end up with plymouth --show-splash and quit
being called together if someone runs "start gdm" themselves.
-- Scott James Remnant <scott at ubuntu.com> Wed, 17 Mar 2010 01:19:37 +0000
** Changed in: plymouth (Ubuntu Lucid)
Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released
boot hangs on splash screen, doesn't switch to KDM
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