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    systemd - how to list daemons as they start?


    in the classic init system, the daemons would show up on the terminal as they were started, how do you get systemd to do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pouar View Post
    in the classic init system, the daemons would show up on the terminal as they were started, how do you get systemd to do this?
    Is graphical boot enabled? Try turning that off temporarily at boot time (at the grub prompt). Reboot the system, and highlight your default kernel and press the "e" key to edit the entry. Arrow down to the line that starts with "linux", press the "End" key to jump to the end of the line (or arrow over there), and erase this portion of the arguments:

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    rhgb quiet
    then press F10 to boot the kernel. you should now see lots of systems starting up, after the kernel is done loading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atreyu View Post
    Is graphical boot enabled? Try turning that off temporarily at boot time (at the grub prompt). Reboot the system, and highlight your default kernel and press the "e" key to edit the entry. Arrow down to the line that starts with "linux", press the "End" key to jump to the end of the line (or arrow over there), and erase this portion of the arguments:

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    rhgb quiet
    then press F10 to boot the kernel. you should now see lots of systems starting up, after the kernel is done loading.
    changing the run level to multi-user and removing quiet from the bootloader cli worked \m/ .thx

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