Feature changed by: Jan Engelhardt (jengelh) Feature #309840, revision 2 Title: Supress verbose messages after Grub
openSUSE-11.3: Unconfirmed Priority Requester: Important
Requested by: Anshul Jain (anshuljain)
Description: In the current bootsplash scenario, after we select the kernel version (or by default starts to boot with the only available kernel), it gives a brief 3-4 second verbose message on the screen.. something on the lines of "Uncompressing Kernel...<and the kernel options parameters>". It then proceeds to the bootsplash screen of openSUSE that we're all familiar with. This is elegantly supressed under Ubuntu through a patch called quiet.diff. I've added this patch to the grub SRPM and successfully built and installed it on my laptop (its available in my OBS at :- http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/anshuljain/openSUSE_11.2_Upd...). I'd appreciate if the official maintainer of Grub can add this patch so that the boot can be a lot more elegant than what it is right now.
+ Discussion: + #1: Jan Engelhardt (jengelh) (2010-06-15 10:45:19) + Ubuntu, eh? + + I don't see any Uncompressing message: + http://picpaste.de/nouncompressing.png + + If you go by the "elegant" argument, I have to say: activate + bootsplash.