It is taking about 10-15 minutes to shut down my PC, several weeks ago - everything was ok.
And I cant hide splash screen (Yes, I can but there is no any information)
on 11/05/2009 – Made popular on 11/05/2009
This is for all variants of the Desire 601
Changing splash screen requires S-OFF
You flash these at your own risk
Changing the boot and shutdown animations can be done regardless of S-ON/S-OFF but the transition from splash to animation (and back when rebooting) is better when using the included splash screen (or a similar custom dark splash screen).
With the default settings made by the installation of 11.3, I had, upon booting, an ugly screen showing green geko with a bar to show progress. Upon shutdown, there was this really neat screen showing the shut down process transparently on the SUSE splash screen.
I'm using Lubuntu 11.10, though a little different with Ubuntu, they may be alike to some extent IMO. now I want to disable the splash screen and output verbose information in text mode when I shutdown the system in GUI. Can anyone give a hand to me? any help appreciated!
*Update: Link to article: it-nthusiast.blogspot.com * Wonderful. This is the new splash and shut down screen from Ubuntu 10.04 Alpha 3, updated 13.03.10. Unfortunately, I succeed to took only a few second of the new splash screen. This is the official splash screen that will be in the final release. Enjoy it.
So I have a really nice bootsplash which I would like to display when I shutdown. If I shutdown using gdm, it shows the splash screen. However, if I run sudo shutdown -h now the splash screen is covered by tty1. Any help would be appreciated.- Chaanakya
I was taking a video of my girls. When I was done and hit "home" my screen flashed on and off so I powered off. Then it came back on by itself. At least as far as the splash screen. Then black, then splash screen again. If I hold power / volume down the I get the boot screen but only a flash of it. Then back to the splash screen on and off.
In Lubuntu 13.10 I was able to redirect the kernel messages/logging to another tty by adding the following to the Grub file in order to hide all kernel boot messages when disabling the splash screen and it booted very quickly:
However when I add the same line to Grub in Lubuntu 14.04.1 I still get all of the boot/logging messages, which actually is taking much