Question on quieting kernel boot
rob_macgregor at hotmail.com
Tue Jan 13 07:03:24 PST 2004
I'm sure this'll cause a long debate, however...
What I'd like is some option to make the boot quieter - a way of hiding the
informational kernel messages that (once the system has been built) serve
little purpose. I'm specifically referring to the identification of
devices, loading of kernel modules, config of the loopback interface (or any
other statically configured interfaces), messages about clean disk
The advantage (from my perspective) is that the remaining messages should be
error messages and messages confirming service startup. That way spotting
problems should be easier.
Is this possible already? If not would it be useful?
Rob | What part of "no" was it you didn't understand?
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