8. System administration commands (usually only for root)

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NAME

plymouthd - The plymouth daemon  

SYNOPSIS

plymouthd [OPTION...]
 

DESCRIPTION

The plymouthd daemon is usually run out of the initrd. It does the heavy lifting of the plymouth system, logging the session and showing the splash screen.

The plymouth is used to send commands to plymouthd that control its behaviour.  

OPTIONS

The following options are understood:

--help

Show summary of options.

--attach-to-session

Redirect console messages from screen to log.

--no-daemon

Do not daemonize.

--debug

Output debugging information.

--debug-file=STRING

File to write debugging information to.

--mode=MODE

Set mode to either boot or shutdown.

--pid-file=STRING

Write the PID of the daemon to a file.

--kernel-command-line=STRING

Fake kernel commandline to use.

--tty=STRING

TTY to ues instead of default.
 

SEE ALSO

grub(8), plymouth(8), plymouth(1), m[blue]http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/Plymouthm[]


 

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NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
SEE ALSO

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