9.10 boot screen
* R Kimber <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2009-11-02 12:58 +0000]:
> Is there a way of changing the font displayed on the boot screen?
> The 9.04 boot screen was much clearer and nicer. Now the font on the black
> and white screen is very crude, and displays the file checks unclearly, with
> the '% complete' overlapping the UUID. Also (and presumably nothing can be
> done about this) the message on the screen flashes, presumably each time
> the information is updated.
> The whole thing has the appearance of the sort of programming that we had
> to put up with in the 1980s.
Assuming you're talking about the boot menu, I think that uncommenting
the line for "GRUB_TERMINAL=console" in '/etc/default/grub' then running
'update-grub' would affect this behavior.
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