No message when fsck is running at boot
noelamac at gmail.com
Thu Aug 30 06:49:52 BST 2018
El 2018-08-30 a las 01:03 +0200, Michael Biebl escribió:
> On 8/29/18 18:59, Michael Biebl wrote:
> > Aside from what Andreas already said, please read
> > http://web.dodds.net/~vorlon/wiki/blog/Plymouth_is_not_a_bootsplash/
> > about the misconception that plymouth is "only" a fancy boot splash.
> Let me also add, that nowadays a boot is "quiet" by default.
> If you want to change that, you can remove the "quiet" kernel option.
> This should also give a you a fsck progress bar.
Despite this is not related to plymouth nor "quiet" options, thanks for
the hints. Anyway, I'm afraid the underlying problems remain:
1/ Is systemd-fsck (or whatever piece of software now manages) able to
handle this? If so, it should work as always.
2/ If systemd-fsck (or whatever) is unable to handle this, a working
alternative should be provided. This is a usability issue.
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