Re: What is "rhgb" on the grub, kernel line?
From: jludwig (wralphie_at_comcast.net)
To: For users of Fedora Core releases <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 22:51:24 -0400
On Thu, 2004-05-27 at 20:03, Jim Cornette wrote:
> email@example.com wrote:
> >For Fedora2 (and 1?) grub starts Linux with an argument of
> > rhgb quiet
> >Where are these kernel arguments described, and what do they do?
> >Ive scanned the kernel sources for the "rhgb" string and dont
> >find it.
> rhgb = redhat graphical boot - This is a GUI mode booting screen with
> most of the information hidden while the user sees a rotating activity
> icon spining and brief information as to what the computer is doing.
> quiet = hides the majority of boot messages before rhgb starts. These
> are supposed to make the common user more comfortable. They get alarmed
> about seeing the kernel and initializing messages, so they hide them for
> their comfort.
> Of course these people probably would be more alarmed with XP or 2K
> messages during safe mode operation.
I get alarmed if I don't see what's going on.
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