[CentOS] Verbose readout

Wed Sep 3 06:56:41 UTC 2014
Alan McRae <amcrae at island42.net>

add "rhgb quiet" to the end of the grub kernel command line (the one 
containing /vmlinuz-...).

rhgb = "Redhat Graphical Boot"

I assume you handcrafted the boot. You will see CentOS 7 has this
in /etc/default/grub.


On 03/09/2014 11:15, Reynold wrote:
> Hello,
> This is my first post to this mailing list. I have disks set up:
> disk 1: windows 8.1 pro (entire disk)
> disk 2: openSUSE 13.1 - 1 partition, storage on partition 2
> disk 3: Fedora 20 - 1 partition, storage on partition 2
> disk 4: CentOS 7 (entire disk)
> My grub2 screen is located on disk 2 and has openSUSE logo and screen. 
> All operating systems start from this grub screen just fine. When I 
> choose to start CentOS 7 from the grub screen I am sent to disk 4 with 
> no problem and the operating system begins to load.
> When CentOS 7 begins to load it loads in verbose. I get a very 
> detailed showing of everything that is happening while the system is 
> loading (this is what I might call init 3). Then it brings me to the 
> login screen with the user and password prompt (this is in what I 
> might call init 5). I insert the user's password and I am brought to 
> the desktop. There are no errors in loading the operating system.
> When each of the other systems are loaded there is always a system 
> splash screen hiding the verbose readout until I arrive at the login 
> screen. I want to know how I can bring back the splash screen on 
> CentOS 7 to hide the verbose readout. I believe each operating system 
> has a bootloader on their respective disks.
> Any help is appreciated.
> Thanks again,
> Reynold DeMarco Jr.
> reynoldlinux at gmail.com <mailto:reynoldlinux at gmail.com>
> 858-603-1725
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