boot messages to hvc0, not tty7?
can i just ask is this a problem? as i have started to use a ubuntu
server 10.04 on Xen(xenserver citrix) and have found it is working ok,
apart from i have screwed up samba some how, but trying to resolve it
as i type
fog_0.28 seems to work well tho!
On 05/05/2010 03:21, Andy Smith wrote:
I'm trying out 10.04 under Xen for the first time and I notice that
boot messages from the init scripts in /etc/init.d don't show up any
more. I'm guessing this is because of the use of plymouth which I
have read directs them to tty7 now.
The problem is, as this is a Xen domU, I don't have a tty7. I'd like
these to remain on hvc0, which seems appropriate for a server
Is this possible?
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