Lead-up message 'Welcome to GRUB!' inverted text printed lowlevel via BI
Lead-up message 'Welcome to GRUB!' inverted text printed lowlevel via BIOS ?!?
Sun, 21 Feb 2010 11:00:57 +0100
Firstly I would like to thank everyone for the reply and Your time.
I would like to clarify the issue.
First I need to hide the very first Welcom message because I need to
hide GRUB for other users of MS Windows on my PC. I need it only for
myself. Richard: redirection is not good idea for me, becouse II need classical console. I wrote a
module with hidden password (secret process - no response on console -
silent) If match then redirect to boot linux. The nature of the process
is that another user on my PC not venture a guess that there is a GRUB and secound linux OS!
As a second I would like to understand how it works with the printing,
because I spent much time reversed analysis and still I can not
understand who, where and when print the first inverted message
"Welcome to GRUB!".
Who, where and how much bothers me more than the original problem.
btw: for test I remove all Welcome message from binary (search for full disk, MBR too) files and message is still printing :-)