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GRUB2 with themes - boot terminal/console is black/blank before plymouth
GRUB2 with themes - boot terminal/console is black/blank before plymouth splash shows
Sun, 8 May 2016 12:03:46 +0530
I'm running various Ubuntu 16.04 "flavours" (KDE Neon, elementaryOS Loki, Kubuntu etc) and if I install a GRUB theme (like KDE Breeze GRUB theme, or few others) then after selecting the OS to boot (I dual boot with Win10) the GRUB graphical console/terminal box pops up but is all-black (blank) with no "Loading linux..." etc output. I have "quiet splash" set in /etc/default/grub FYI and am running a Intel Skylake Core i5-6500 CPU with on-CPU graphics (no discrete GPU card). The generated /boot/grub/grub.cfg does seem to have a couple of echo statements in there.
The kernel is a 4.4.x stable series version and the GRUB2 version is the 2.02 beta2 I believe.
My question is, is there a way to prevent the console from showing before the Plymouth splash shows up, or at least, if the console must show, then how to display the echo-ed text output in it?
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