Jeff Mahoney wrote:
On 10/22/13 9:59 AM, Bruno Friedmann wrote:
On Tuesday 22 October 2013 15.40:58 Raymond
2) Drop plymouth from initrd and start plymouth
from disk after password,
etc have been required. This would then be the task for systemd, which already
has this support.
Would be perfect, also for encrypted server where you mainly
doesn't need fancy boot graphics.
I think this is the worst of the three options. Everyone else is trying
to go for a completely seamless boot process where you don't notice
transitions between states. This would be a regression.
This is the behavior we get in 13.1 btw due to plymouth failing to
provide the passphrase for unknown reasons.
(o_ Ludwig Nussel
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