Hi Again, Everyone,
I've been trying to tweak my boot processes and in trying to edit the framebuffer in /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/splash from "n" to "y". Having no clue as to how to do this, I entered this command which I found in a tutorial:
echo FRAMEBUFFER=y >>echo FRAMEBUFFER=y >>/etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/splash
I now have TWO lines that say framebuffer- one says "Y" and the other "n" -that can't be good!
What I need to do is get rid of the one that says "n".
If someone could please post the exact command? (Ubuntu 10.04)
Also, in the future, what would be the proper code to just edit that file, so that I could have simply changed the n to y? (I tried gedit with the filepath, but it didn't work- Nautilus would open, but there would be no text to edit.....)
I'll get the hang of this before too long....