As a Linux newbee, I would like to know What exactly is the significance of "Quiet Splash" in GRUB?
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splash (which eventually ends up in your
/boot/grub/grub.cfg ) causes the splash screen to be shown.
At the same time you want the boot process to be
quiet, as otherwise all kinds of messages would disrupt that splash screen.
Although specified in GRUB these are kernel parameters influencing the loading of the kernel or its modules, not something that changes GRUB behaviour. The significant part from