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How to deactivate verbose boot?

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Published in 2017-2-24 17:59:25 | Show all floors |Read mode
in the armbian documentation is written :
  1. How to toogle verbose boot?
  2. touch /boot/.force-verbose # enable
  3. You need to reboot to conduct changes.
  4. rm /boot/.force-verbose # disable
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but when I send "rm /boot/.force-verbose" on my OPI PC Plus I get:
rm: cannot remove ‘/boot/.force-verbose’: No such file or directory

I tried to change verbosity (7,1,0) in boot.cmd (and compiled) but with no success
Can you help please ?
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Published in 2017-2-24 19:01:33 | Show all floors
Which part do you want to deactivate? This is only to hide kernel boot messages.

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 Author| Published in 2017-2-24 20:23:27 | Show all floors
I want to hide all messages at boot (it's for an autonomus magic mirror)

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Published in 2017-2-25 18:36:44 | Show all floors
Regarding u-boot. You will need to recompile it with disabled VIDEO flag.

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 Author| Published in 2017-2-26 22:34:59 | Show all floors
there is no video flag in /boot/boot.cmd
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