On 7/25/23 18:43, home user wrote:
On 7/25/23 2:42 PM, Barry Scott wrote:
I uninstall plymouth so that there is no splash screen on many of my
that I can see the console messages.
Without plymouth systemd will show start up and shutdown messages on
I checked; dnf confirms I have plymouth.
I tried to research plymouth. I found little information about it; no
hint of any configuration or customization file. I tried searching for
files (not in user directory trees) containing the string "plymouth"; I
was overwhelmed. I tried finding files and directories (not in user
directory trees) whose name contained "plymouth"; I was overwhelmed. I
gather plymouth is used for much more than logging during boot-up and
So I'm very nervous about removing plymouth. Is there a way of
controlling shutdown (and boot-up) logging via configuration files? I
would think that would be much easier and safer.
I got rid of it and never noticed any problems.
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