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Started by penguin, September 03, 2018, 08:42:44 PM
Quote from: paxmark1 on September 04, 2018, 07:01:27 PMAre you Sparky5 or 4 - Buster or Stretch for your Debian coreTry looking at http://sparkylinux.org/forum/index.php/topic,4257.msg10635.html#msg10635I have removed plymouth in the distant past via command line to lose the start up image and to see error messages scroll by. But then I lost all the sparky applications. As Pavroo says in the Dec 24 2017 post you can re-install the sparky apps. Also via a 2016 post http://sparkylinux.org/forum/index.php/topic,3768.msg8908.html#msg8908check out the latest at https://wiki.debian.org/plymouth ## no comments there for Buster - Sparky 5I would not recommend the Arch web page I mentioned prior in 2016. It is only good for information, Arch has several large differences from Sparky. Code not pasting from my Sparky5 in virtual box. more info can be found by running these commands"aptitude why plymouth" ## you might not have aptitude installed and"apt-cache showpkg plymouth" ## the reverse depends are the reasons.None of these actions will change anything on your system.
QuotePlymouth isn't really designed to be built from source by end users. For it to work correctly, it needs integration with the distribution. Because it starts so early, it needs to be packed into the distribution's initial ram disk, and the distribution needs to poke plymouth to tell it how boot is progressing.
Quotegksudo gedit /etc/default/grub # use gedit or open by your favorite editor and enter your password.Find the line starting with GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT and remove the parameters quiet and splash.Save the file and close the editor.Finally, start a terminal and run:sudo update-grubto update GRUB's configuration file.
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