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|question=How do I get more verbose output during boot?
 
|question=How do I get more verbose output during boot?
|answer=If you see no output at all in console after the initram message, this means you have the {{ic|quiet}} parameter in your kernel line. It's best to remove it, at least the first time you boot with systemd, to see if everything is ok. Then, you will see a list of {{ic|[  {{color|green|OK}}  ]}} or {{ic|[{{color|red|FAILED}}]}} indicating the initialization statuses of services.
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|answer=If you see no output at all in console after the initram message, this means you have the {{ic|quiet}} parameter in your kernel line. It's best to remove it, at least the first time you boot with systemd, to see if everything is ok. Then, You will see a list {{ic|[ OK ]}} in green or {{ic|[ FAILED ]}} in red.
  
 
Any messages are logged to the system log and if you want to find out about the status of your system run {{ic|systemctl}} (no root privileges required) or look at the boot/system log with {{ic|journalctl}}.}}
 
Any messages are logged to the system log and if you want to find out about the status of your system run {{ic|systemctl}} (no root privileges required) or look at the boot/system log with {{ic|journalctl}}.}}

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