noiano at x-privat.org
Sun Feb 17 10:13:55 UTC 2008
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Michael R. Head wrote:
> On Sat, 2008-02-16 at 23:02 +0100, Gerald Dachs wrote:
>>>>> How do I make the shutdown sequence verbose as in the past?
>>>> Probably by _booting_ without the splash option. I could be wrong
>>>> about that, but it sounds like your issue. When splash is enabled
>>>> you see the splash screen on both startup and shutdown, rather than
>>>> a console.
>>> You should also remove the "quiet" option too. They're both in
>>> /boot/grub/menu.lst. Scroll down to the line "kernel
>>> /boot/vmlinuz...quiet splash".
>> This shouldn't make any difference for the shutdown sequence.
> Why not?
I think you're right because I already haven't no "splash" or
"quiet" as boot parameters so they do not make any difference.
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