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Can someone point me to what the kernel boot options for Ubuntu mean? Specifically quiet and splash.
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I wish I knew lol
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quiet - no screen splash
splash - screen splash
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quiet - no screen splash
splash - screen splash
It appears that quiet suppresses the details of the boot process and splash is just the splash screen with the loading bar.
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here is an option that only needs to be applied once per kernel or once per driver install. it is profile this organizes all the required things to load, and it speeds up boot times. it will take a bit more time when you apply to code, but when you start back up again, you don't need the code, and you will boot somewhat faster.
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