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I know there was a way to do the above in Fedora. I cannot for the life of me remember what the key was; nor can I find documentation via a web search.

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Alt + d works also. I remember it as "details".

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Ah, easier to remember! –  Belmin Fernandez Oct 6 '11 at 22:04
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  • Interrupt the GRUB by hitting the Esc key
  • Press e to edit
  • Remove the rhgb quiet at the kernel line
  • Enter and hit b to continue booting
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If I understand what you are asking, you should just be able to hit ESC to show the startup messages. To make it go away permanently, remove "rhgb" from the kernel line in /etc/grub.conf.

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You may want to edit the kernel line in your grub setup when you boot. Just remove the rhgb

The changes are not permanent.

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Just found out: Control+End seems to work on virtual machines.

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