Plymouth Themes Problem

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Hi all!

I was playing with plymouth themes on a c7 box. I found a page on redhat, in their rhel7 documentation that describes how to change to a different plymouth screen:

plymouth-set-default-theme –list to find out what themes are installed.

then I installed the remaining bunch the yum had available.

so then installing one by doing

plymouth-set-default-theme dracut -f

as documented on the aforementioned page, followed by a reboot produces NO plymouth splash screen. not even if I revert to the system default theme (the “charge” theme).

Anybody know what I’m overlooking here?

thanks!

Fred

One thought on - Plymouth Themes Problem

  • Do you have “rhgb quiet” on the kernel command line? If not, they can be added in /etc/default/grub.

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