How can I remove "Booting Fedora Linux... Workstation" text at boot?

how can I remove “Booting Fedora Linux… Workstation” text at boot?
This Is my GRUB file configuration:

GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR=“$(sed ‘s, release .*$,g’ /etc/system-release)”
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX=“rd.luks.uuid=luks-436ff516-5a44-495f-94af-6c27d27754c6 rhgb quiet”

And that’s what happened before the “issue” occurred:

Thank you!

The code to display that is somewhere in grub, and it automatically shows on the screen whenever grub times out and auto starts the boot. If you are planning to modify the code to eliminate a message that displays for about a second then do so. I am not sure where I would start.

I think they are referring to a message that wasn’t there before. This issue is currently occuring to me as well. My system is timing out grub after 5 seconds even though I have no other OS installed.

After a fresh install of Fedora where it is the only OS on the drive it boots up instantly.

This issue actually occured before on my system as well, a couple months ago. My solution was a system reinstall. Quite annoying having to see grub for 5 seconds when there should be no grub in the first place.

I don’t know of a solution so if anyone can help, I would also appreciate it

I know it was not there before. It was added sometime with F38 (or maybe even with F37) and I see it as well. The display is so short as to not become an issue unless one is really anal about having the screen black before the boot gui shows. I just ignore it because it has a purpose in the minds of the developers of grub.

The grub menu is routinely hidden on workstation, and if it shows when it should not then there was likely a failed boot at some point and the system has not recognized that the last boot was successful. That failure would probably have been cause for submitting a bug report.

Regardless of its function, the point is that that message does not appear by default. So there must be something that has changed since the beginning.

@computersavvy @qvest
I solved the “issue” by adding the string:


and giving

sudo grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg

I would still have another question to ask you: to make sure that at the boot Grub always chooses the version with the newer kernel (at the start it offers three different versions of the OS with three different versions of the kernel), I have to set…




Thankyou again for your support.


This is the default on all my systems.