Newbie: kernel/init messages at boot times ?
ulrich.gruen at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 21:51:43 GMT 2007
I'm used to SuSE and Debian for quite a long time. With that distributions, when
I start (and power off) the computer, I get the kernel and init messages on
tty1. With (K)Ubuntu (7.10), this feature has been disabled. I already changed
the kernel options in 'menu.lst' and removed the 'silent' option (which resulted
in a little information, but not exactly what I'm looking for)
Furthermore, when I press <alt>F2 (and others) during boot time and return to
tty1, that screen has become black. All the other tty's are black as well and I
cannot log in into bash of one of the tty's.
Has anybody figured out how to solve this? It would be ideal if the messaging
was like Debian/SuSE.
The Sage is occupied with the unspoken, and acts without effort.
Teaching without verbosity, producing without possessing,
creating without regard to result, claiming nothing,
the Sage has nothing to lose. [Tao Te Ching, by Priya Hemenway]
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