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> I really hope that it can be removed from the system, or it can be turned off in a sane way.
> BTW, in the past usplash always work on my box, but plymouth is really problematic.
I'm over my head here, but I've heard others say that this thing is
like a cancer that has metathesized throughout the entire system.
That the dependencies make it almost impossible to remove.
I sincerely hope this isn't true.
I booted some system the other day, I forget what it was, and it just
printed the text "Booting, please wait.."
What a joy that was. It looked so professional compared to the mess
we've been seeing for so long now.