mountall and plymouth

Lukas Hejtmanek xhejtman at
Thu Feb 24 10:45:49 UTC 2011

On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 02:07:17PM -0500, Phillip Susi wrote:
> Much of the boot process has been migrated away from the sysV init
> scripts that run serially and attached to the console.  Since the
> startup processes are run in parallel their input and output would
> become all jumbled.  This is the main reason plymouth was created: to
> multiplex console IO.  It makes sure that output is displayed correctly
> and that any required input is collected correctly.  Because of this you
> can not run Ubuntu without plymouth.  If you don't want the graphical
> splash screen, either press escape, or pass the "text" boot parameter.
> Plymouth will work in text mode without fb.  If it is crashing, that is
> a bug that needs fixed.

Can I setup plymouth somehow instead of passing the "text" boot parameter?
I mean its config files in /etc/.

Lukáš Hejtmánek

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