Disabling all the start-up graphics

Peter N Spotts pspotts at alum.mit.edu
Sat Sep 22 17:15:06 UTC 2007


I'm kinda of partial to watching the start-up process as I activate
Xubuntu Fiesty. And I don't mind logging in the old-fashioned way and
using startx. I've disabled the log-in screen, which gives me a
command-line login. I'm now trying to figure out how to disable the
admittedly nice-looking progress bar that appears during the boot-up
process so that I can track the system's progress as it gets rolling.
What's the most effective way to do that?

With best regards,

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