On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 5:26 AM, Niki Kovacs <email@example.com> wrote:
> Le 12/03/2011 10:37, Tom H a écrit :
>> 788=800x600 so set
>> in "/etc/default/grub" and run "update-grub".
> Thanks! Your suggestion *almost* worked. I fiddled around a bit and had to
> add the following option:
Sorry. You'd mention it in one of your posts so I assumed that you'd kept it.
> Now I wonder how I could possibly display all boot messages properly. I
> removed the "quiet" option for a start. Is there a way I can get my Ubuntu
> server to boot like, say, a FreeBSD, Gentoo or Arch machine, with all the
> stuff that happens at boot time (think: RAID arrays, services, etc.) neatly
> displayed one after another and not only flashing by for the fraction of a
Welcome to the plymouth-upstart-grub2 show!
You can add "init=/sbin/init -v" to the boot line to get lots of
From the upstart developer: "We simply don't have many console
messages anymore during boot!" (I've saved this quote from a bug
report for some now-obscure reason.)
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