I want to see the boot process meanwhile booting instead of the splash screen, in most linux distros with grub2 you just edit /etc/default/grub or equivalent and remove quiet, splash from the defaults and then run:
But it doesn't seem to have any effect on 13.04, it still shows the splash screen while booting, any ideas?
I'm sure there is more people than me out there that enjo
This only happens with one of my computers. It is an elderly laptop that has had a long and varied history with several operating systems, but in its retirement it is acting as a server for my home network using Ubuntu 12.04.
Hello,I have a lot of problems with Grub2 and it is too complicated for me. I would like to install the old fashioned Grub.But when I follow these instructions https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2 #Uninstalling GRUB 2 I stick at the "sudo aptitude install grub" point. I can't install grub. Every time I try, he installs the "new" Grub2.
rubenvb wrote:I know that adding a > resume /dev/disk/by-uuid/somecrazyuuidto the boot line of the grub/menu.lst, but GRUB2 doesn't have this and relies on fancy scripts and a "/etc/default/grub" file for easy option editing (which is better IMHO).How should I do this for GRUB2?By adding that "resume=/dev/disk..." to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT in /etc/default/gruband do