Stop annoying CentOS 7 server graphical splash screen from starting up

The preferred method to do this is using the command plymouth-set-default-theme.

If you enter this command, without parameters, as user root you’ll see something like

This lists the themes installed on your computer. The default is ‘charge’. If you want to see the boot up details you used to see in version 6, try
>plymouth-set-default-theme details

Followed by the command
>dracut -f

Then reboot.

This process modifies the boot loader so you won’t have to update your grub.conf file manually every time for each new kernel update.




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