20.02.2014 14:32, Dimitri John Ledkov wrote:
> As part of https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/plymouth/+bug/967229
> recently a number of uploads were done to improve shutdown ordering,
> such that there is a smoother transition between lightdm shutting down
> and plymouth shutdown splash animation appearing. Ideally, upon
> shutting down, one shouldn't see intermittently any console messages.
> If you in the past, upon shutdown, used to see some white messages on
> black background between desktop session tear-down and plymouth
> shutdown splash appearing, please consider testing latest trusty
> packages of upstart, lightdm and plymouth. And please report back if
> things improved (no more messages seen), stayed the same (some
> messages are still seen), or got worse (i had no reports of those so
> If there are positive improvement reports, we will consider
> back-porting this set of changes to precise.
I tried shutting down and logging out from variety of situations. There
used to be a (fairly short) flash of console output before the ubuntu
splash on shutdown. This update definitely made the shutdown look nicer.
The screen shows some shades of black in between things at times, but
there is on console output visible at any time.
Also, hello community! I've been using ubuntu for quite a long time
never been involved in the community. Hopefully I'll stick around and
make some small contributions.
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