• (Help) Disable boot screen


    Hey, I was wondering if it is a way to disable/hide the Grub screen when turning on the pc.
    I just want the system to start straight to Antergos (is the only OS).

  • In a terminal, do the following:

    cat /etc/default/grub
    

    Is the #GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_QUIET=true commented in as in this example I just posted? You can also change the #GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=5 by uncommenting it as well and changing it to zero.
    If so, if you uncomment it, it should boot straight into your operating machine. After that update your Grub menu: grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg

    Let us know. And don’t forget to mark as solved if it resolves issue :)

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  • Works :) I did not knew the grub update command :P
    Now if I already started this …
    Any way to hide the loading modules text ? … not because I do not like it but on my laptop looks strange the text, parts of it is not even text have no idea what it is (just some strange pixels :)) .

  • I’m none too sure on removing the text.
    However, you might want to read that whenever there is red highlighted writing by using the keyboard for pausing the journal contents before you let it continue. (in case there is something odd).

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  • I tried Plymouth but could not make it work so I gave up :)).
    Thanks for the help.

  • Your very welcome :)

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