In the last episode (Jan 18), Gobbledegeek said:
> Currently  the allscreens flags from /etc/rc.conf  is set  at the
> very last during bootup - much after most kernel boot messages are
> logged to screen. Is there a way to make the switch to 1024x768
> console much earlier in the boot process?

You should be able to fiddle with the REQUIRE: line in
/etc/rc.d/syscons to get it to start earlier.  Removing the "LOGIN"
requirement and just leaving "usbd" should make it start quite a bit
earlier in the boot sequence.  If you don't have a USB keyboard, you
could make it "REQUIRE: mountcritlocal", which would be as early as you
can get, since that's what usually mounts /usr.

        Dan Nelson
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