Splash Screen on Shutdown

  • Hi


    Just a suggestion which is really just cosmetic and personal preference. When shutting down LibreElec on the generic x86 build you see a load of services/processes being closed/shutdown. Is it worth having a splash screen of the LibreElec logo or something to hide theses processes being closed/shutdown?


    I get a big list run down the side of the TV until my HTPC turns off, I think it would look better with something that would hide those unless you think its helpful to see those processes on shutdown for problem shooting.


    What do you think?


  • Good idea! I have the same issue on an Intel NUC running LibreELEC (Krypton) v7.90.010 ALPHA.


  • what LE addons have you installed ? btw did you installed hyperion ?


    Hi,


    No Hyperion isn't installed and I have many addons - are there known issues with certain addons?


    I know it's an alpha build, so I am happy to wait for it to stabilise.


    Thanks

  • This is a known issue with systemd, it's supposed to respect the "quiet" kernel command line option but it's always noisy on shutdown.

  • Systemd shows messages only if some service fail. It would be good to know which one does for you? Could you make some image/video on shutdown?


    To completely hide systemd messages this boot parameter should do the job:

    Code
    1. quiet morequiet systemd.show_status=0


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  • Systemd shows messages only if some service fail. It would be good to know which one does for you? Could you make some image/video on shutdown?


    To completely hide systemd messages this boot parameter should do the job:

    Code
    1. quiet morequiet systemd.show_status=0


    You mean take a photo? Thanks for the boot config command.
    [hr]

    You mean take a photo? Thanks for the boot config command.


    I don't see any errors:


    Edited once, last by vpeter ().

  • Same. systemd.show_status=0 does work, but I would actually like to see if there's any errors. Wonder if it's the weird line breaks during Kodi stop that causes it.


  • I think this is a better snapshot here.


    The most important thing is at start. But on both your images top/left part of the image is missing. Can you make another image please? ;)


    Also how long it takes when you issue shutdown command until you see this messages? Immediately, 1 second, 5 second, ...


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    Edited once, last by vpeter ().


  • The most important thing is at start. But on both your images top/left part of the image is missing. Can you make another image please? ;)


    Also how long it takes when you issue shutdown command until you see this messages? Immediately, 1 second, 5 second, ...


    Here you go and it takes about 4 or 5 seconds.

  • Thanks. I see no obvious reason for this.


    But strangely now I'm also seeing sometimes this messages over serial console. Will investigate the issue and if I found something I will post here.


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  • I'm seeing the same behavior too, noisy shutdown/restart with systemd service status displaying, I'm running generic image 7.0.2 x86_64


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