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slcklnx 03-12-2019 11:03 AM

picture on server
 
Hi, do not tell me how to remove the picture in the upper left corner of the terminal? The operating system is quite serious, and here is some kind of kindergarten

rtmistler 03-12-2019 11:41 AM

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Originally Posted by slcklnx (Post 5973044)
Hi, do not tell me how to remove the picture in the upper left corner of the terminal? The operating system is quite serious, and here is some kind of kindergarten

@slcklnx,


You've made enough posts and started enough threads in your brief time with LQ to know that this thread question is very inadequate.


Please revise your question to be far more clear.

slcklnx 03-12-2019 12:35 PM

when the system boots up, a penguin appears in the left corner. I don't think it's serious. I'd like to remove it. so he asked a question. the fact that my questions are stupid , I do apologize for that

TB0ne 03-12-2019 01:01 PM

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Originally Posted by slcklnx (Post 5973085)
when the system boots up, a penguin appears in the left corner. I don't think it's serious. I'd like to remove it. so he asked a question. the fact that my questions are stupid , I do apologize for that

You again are providing no details AT ALL. What 'system'?? Running what version/distro of Linux??? All you've told us is 'a penguin appears'....what, exactly, do you think we'll be able to tell you based on that??

rtmistler 03-12-2019 01:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by slcklnx (Post 5973085)
when the system boots up, a penguin appears in the left corner. I don't think it's serious. I'd like to remove it. so he asked a question. the fact that my questions are stupid , I do apologize for that

Your question is not a stupid one. The first post and thread title make it very unclear what you wanted to do.

Typically boot arguments to the kernel allow for "logo.nologo" to be used; however it has been a while for me with that type of action.

You may find that re-compiling your kernel is a better option.

What you should share is what distribution you are running, so that others may advise you more correctly about ways to accomplish this.

Note also that there are a number of threads on LQ which cover this question already. Please search for them to see if they contain any advice which benefits you.

slcklnx 03-12-2019 01:48 PM

ок. Slackware 14.2
Yes, I did not leave the desire to rebuild the core. I will. my first attempt was unsuccessful. tell me what you need to turn off the kernel when it is recompiled,so that the picture disappeared? I do make menuconfig. where should I turn on the picture ? in device drivers? the dravers video? what turns it off?

rtmistler 03-12-2019 02:57 PM

I definitely do not know exactly what menuconfig option you'd choose, however given that you are using Slackware, then I'll move this thread to that forum and remark that what the OP here is looking to do, is to remove the penguin at boot.

Alien Bob 03-12-2019 03:10 PM

This is Slackware. I really can't take the OP serious. Linux kernel has the penguin as its mascot, and that's what you see when that kernel boots up. In fact, try to boot a kernel on a 64-core box... I guess you would die.

perseus12 03-12-2019 03:19 PM

With all due respect, is it possible the OP is not human but a robo-text paster?

Gerard Lally 03-12-2019 03:19 PM

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Originally Posted by TB0ne (Post 5973095)
You again are providing no details AT ALL. What 'system'?? Running what version/distro of Linux??? All you've told us is 'a penguin appears'....what, exactly, do you think we'll be able to tell you based on that??

It might be difficult for this person to communicate in English. FWIW, I understood their issue straight away.

slcklnx 03-12-2019 03:55 PM

I have a terminal without X's. when I work in it the penguin in the left corner colorfully sparkles. he is there constantly. guys this is the trunk. this is serious. there is no place for colorful pictures. I just want to disable the respected penguin so that you can have a clean terminal. that's all. but I don't know how to do this in the core.

phalange 03-12-2019 04:51 PM

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Originally Posted by slcklnx (Post 5973160)
I just want to disable the respected penguin

Solved in this thread:

https://www.linuxquestions.org/quest...t-boot-793003/

Richard Cranium 03-12-2019 10:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Alien Bob (Post 5973144)
This is Slackware. I really can't take the OP serious. Linux kernel has the penguin as its mascot, and that's what you see when that kernel boots up. In fact, try to boot a kernel on a 64-core box... I guess you would die.

Which kernel had the Tasmanian Devil version of Tux? I almost shat myself when I saw that on boot, thinking that I had somehow managed to get a hacked version of Slackware.

abga 03-13-2019 01:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Richard Cranium (Post 5973251)
Which kernel had the Tasmanian Devil version of Tux? I almost shat myself when I saw that on boot, thinking that I had somehow managed to get a hacked version of Slackware.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tux_(mascot)#Tuz_2009

dugan 03-13-2019 01:58 AM

@slcklnx: are you using an online translator?


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