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PLYMOUTHD(8)						       System Administration						      PLYMOUTHD(8)

NAME
plymouthd - The plymouth daemon SYNOPSIS
plymouthd [OPTION...] DESCRIPTION
The plymouthd daemon is usually run out of the initrd. It does the heavy lifting of the plymouth system, logging the session and showing the splash screen. The plymouth is used to send commands to plymouthd that control its behaviour. OPTIONS
The following options are understood: --help Show summary of options. --attach-to-session Redirect console messages from screen to log. --no-daemon Do not daemonize. --debug Output debugging information. --debug-file=STRING File to write debugging information to. --mode=MODE Set mode to either boot or shutdown. --pid-file=STRING Write the PID of the daemon to a file. --kernel-command-line=STRING Fake kernel commandline to use. --tty=STRING TTY to ues instead of default. SEE ALSO
grub(8), plymouth(8), plymouth(1), http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/Plymouth plymouth PLYMOUTHD(8)

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PLYMOUTHD(8)                                                   System Administration                                                  PLYMOUTHD(8)

NAME
plymouthd - The plymouth daemon SYNOPSIS
plymouthd [OPTION...] DESCRIPTION
The plymouthd daemon is usually run out of the initrd. It does the heavy lifting of the plymouth system, logging the session and showing the splash screen. The plymouth is used to send commands to plymouthd that control its behaviour. OPTIONS
The following options are understood: --help Show summary of options. --attach-to-session Redirect console messages from screen to log. --no-daemon Do not daemonize. --debug Output debugging information. --debug-file=STRING File to write debugging information to. --mode=MODE Set mode to either boot or shutdown. --pid-file=STRING Write the PID of the daemon to a file. --kernel-command-line=STRING Fake kernel commandline to use. --tty=STRING TTY to ues instead of default. SEE ALSO
grub(8), plymouth(8), plymouth(1), http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/Plymouth plymouth PLYMOUTHD(8)
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