I installed Debian for a server purpose and I do not need a good quality text mode. I would like to keep the very rough bad resolution text mode that is appearing just after a grub choice screen. Just going to get a minimal system.
How to achieve it?
I am being getting many questions what the question actually mean. So please watch the yt link https://youtu.be/cTK3aIZbe2A?t=39
You can see a text
[blabla,blabla]kvm: disabled by bios [blabla,blabla]kvm: disabled by bios
It is displayed in a bad small, resolution. Isn't it? But in some milliseconds the text and lines upon it are changing to the better resolution! It happens in about one second but you can see it.
My question is how to avoid this resolution change and keep initial bad resolution
I am not sure that my aim is clear so I prepared an image that may help. On the image one can see two text modes of a screen during Debian initialization. The upper is more rough and the lower is more elegant. The upper is earlier then the lower. I want to keep this rough one and prevent the system from changing it during boo time. So after the boot time it is still like this upper one.