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[Bug 725913] systemd-init boot puts messages on tty1 after agetty starts

Felix Miata <mrmazda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> changed:

What |Removed |Added
Resolution|FIXED |

--- Comment #19 from Felix Miata <mrmazda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 2013-03-13 01:27:13
UTC ---
Bug 803471 is NA here.

Can't some artificial depends be placed in rc-local.service or elsewhere to
ensure long enough wait before getty@tty1.service starts, maybe agetty itself,
or getty, or numlock?

As a sort of workaround, what about a user configurable fixed length wait for
tty1, but allowing tty[2-6] availability as soon as everything agetty requires
has finished? I rarely log in on tty1 anyway, reserving it for the boot
messages until such time as may come that I need more than 5 ttys doing
something at once?

You may not want to or be able to fix it any time soon, but that doesn't make
it resolved or fixed, much less unfixable. NAICT, Plymouth is not an essential
element of the 12.3 init process[1], and so shouldn't be depended upon to
provide function or user experience no worse than that of the init system it
supplanted. If if won't be fixed while 12.3 remains supported, then leave it
open for future attention. Don't indicate to potentially interested parties who
might do what you can't or won't by closing as fixed.

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