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In 14.04 after adding VERBOSE_INIT=YES to linux line in Grub it was possible to enable verbose messages at system boot. In 14.10 this trick doesn't work any more. Removing quiet argument from linux line in Grub also doesn't work.

How to enable verbose boot messages in 14.10???

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There is a file /etc/grub.d/10_linux that is needed to generate GRUB configuration. At the top of file are configuration variables. Only thing to do is change vt_handoff value to 0. Here is like it looks like after changes:

prefix="/usr"
exec_prefix="/usr"
datarootdir="/usr/share"
ubuntu_recovery="1"
quiet_boot="1"
quick_boot="1"
gfxpayload_dynamic="1"
vt_handoff="0"

In file /etc/default/grub remove quiet from GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT line.

At the end generate grub configuration.

update-grub
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