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Old 03-21-2008, 09:18 AM   #1
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Howto remove the info at that time of booting

Hello all,
We are developing an embedded application in a customized Linux. When I boot the customized linux, it shows all the hardware and other infos. I dont like to show all this infos, after I switched on my machine. After I switched on my machine, It should directly enter into desktop. I mean, hide all booting process in background, but in monitor should not show anything. How can I do this. Any facilities are available in initrc?.
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