On Thu, 29 Jun 2017 21:56:05 -0000
"William Mattison" <mattison.computer(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
I found the login attempts in the journalctl output, though it isn't
easy. I'll open a new thread to address what this is really about.
Before the hard drive replacement, the grub menu showed the three
most recent Fedora patches, then something like "Advanced options for
Fedora", then a Windows (or DOS) option.
How do I get it to be that way?
Add the entry
to the /etc/default/grub file.
PS those are kernels, not patches; each line represents a different
kernel that you can boot with.
After the grub menu disappears but before the three small whitish
rectangles appear, some boot logging shows up in a very large font.
Before doing the "grub2-mkconfig", that logging showed up in a much
smaller font. The same is true of logging that shows up after the
three small rectangles disappear, but before the login GUI shows up.
How do I get the font for the boot logging to be a small font?
Try adding the entry
to the /etc/default/grub file. You might have to play with this a
little. To examine the possibilities look in the documentation for
grub2 options about GFX using