Hmm... are you running Redhat by any chance? If so, you can remove that graphic selector by moving the /boot/message file to something like /boot/message.old. Then create a text version of what you want displayed on the screen, for example:
Press < enter > to boot the default Linux configuration, or
press < tab > to see other options.
After this, make sure to run /sbin/lilo to make sure it recognizes your changes.
Actually, try running /sbin/lilo after your append="splash=0"
change to make sure lilo is "see"ing it... If that doesn't work, try the above suggestions.
(Apologies for any typos.)
Can someone help me with this one please.
I am writing a snippet that will come on here soon to work on OSX, Linux and CygWin but I hit this!
I hope this is lucid enough because I really do not understand what is going on.
Take these few lines:-
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