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Hi, ideally you should see only computer's brand since power-on to login screen. If you're using Intel's integrated GPU (other vendors are not yet supported), you need to add two kernel parameters to get it running: i915.fastboot=1 plymouth.splash-delay=20.

You might also want to enable hidden GRUB menu, if you don't use it most of the time.

More details in a blogpost of Hans de Goede, who's working on flicker-free boot for Fedora: https://hansdegoede.livejournal.com/19224.html

Hi, ideally you should see only computer's brand since power-on to login screen. If you're using Intel's integrated GPU (other vendors are not yet supported), you need to add two kernel parameters to get it running: i915.fastboot=1 plymouth.splash-delay=20.. Test it before applying changes permanently.

You might also want to enable hidden GRUB menu, if you don't use it most of the time.

More details in a blogpost of Hans de Goede, who's working on flicker-free boot for Fedora: https://hansdegoede.livejournal.com/19224.html