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Re: Hiding Kernel Messages
He wants to make other peoples lives difficult. Specifically, he
doesn't want people with physical access to the box to be able to find
out what the box is running just by rebooting it. Would be nifty to
be able to easily display a graphic image at boot time, like certain
other operating systems do...
*cough*. Can someone tell me which entry point I'd use to insert such an
image on the screen during the boot process? I guess I'd have to hack
the bootloader itself. Ah well. The code is out there. Anyone
interested in the patch when I'm done with it? :-)
On Thu, Jun 13, 2002 at 09:29:58PM +0200, Artur Grabowski wrote:
>> I'm trying to prevent any messages from being displayed to the terminal on
>> boot, simply displaying a login prompt when ready. If any one knows how to
>> hide kernel and boot mesasges it would be great.
>Why make your life difficult?
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