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    Add configure option to reduce visual clutter at boot time · aa30b8a1
    Colin Watson authored
    If this option is enabled, then do all of the following:
    Don't display introductory message about line editing unless we're
    actually offering a shell prompt.  (This is believed to be a workaround
    for a different bug.  We'll go with this for now, but will drop this in
    favour of a better fix upstream if somebody figures out what that is.)
    Don't clear the screen just before booting if we never drew the menu in
    the first place.
    Remove verbose messages printed before reading configuration.  In some
    ways this is awkward because it makes debugging harder, but it's a
    requirement for a smooth-looking boot process; we may be able to do
    better in future.  Upstream doesn't want this, though.
    Disable the cursor as well, for similar reasons of tidiness.
    Suppress kernel/initrd progress messages, except in recovery mode.
    Suppress "GRUB loading" message unless Shift is held down.  Upstream
    doesn't want this, as it makes debugging harder.  Ubuntu wants it to
    provide a cleaner boot experience.
    Bug-Ubuntu: https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/386922
    Bug-Ubuntu: https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/861048
    Forwarded: (partial) http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/grub-devel/2009-09/msg00056.html
    Last-Update: 2014-01-03
    Patch-Name: maybe_quiet.patch
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