[arch-general] Silent boot with systemd and sd-encrypt initcpio hooks

Sefa Eyeoglu sefa at mailbox.org
Mon Oct 28 09:06:55 UTC 2019

On Montag, 28. Oktober 2019 09:46:57 CET Christian Hesse wrote:
> Sefa Eyeoglu via arch-general <arch-general at archlinux.org> on Sun,
> 2019/10/27
> 15:37:
> > [...]
> > As you can see, I have an encrypted root partition. Before switching to
> > systemd hooks, after typing the decryption password on boot there was no
> > additional output. Now there is always the full systemd log where it says
> > "Starting [unit]..." and so on.
> > [...]
> If a unit takes too long to start systemd switches to verbose mode for
> possible issue diagnose. Everything is correct and you take too long to type
> your passphrase. ;)

Thanks for the info.

Is there an easy way to set the timeout?

Sefa Eyeoglu
Free Software Developer

[1] https://scrumplex.net
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