Display only LUKS passphrase prompt in graphical mode during boot?

On our servers running Rocky Linux 8.7, we like to monitor their health when they boot, so we remove the “rhgb” parameter from the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX line of the /etc/default/grub file on them. However, we’ve recently started rolling out LUKS, and while the passphrase prompt is usable without the graphical boot, it’s much more prominent in graphical mode. I was wondering if there is a way to have just the LUKS passphrase prompt displayed in graphical mode, while leaving the rest of the boot messages visible? Thanks in advance to all who respond.

Short: No

The graphical mode is provided by plymouth (activated with rhgb). So, if its disabled then it stays disabled …


Thanks. I suspected it wasn’t possible, but I wanted to make sure. Maybe in the future, plymouth will be able to tell the difference between a prompt that requires user input and an informational message, and allow them to be handled differently, but for now we will work with what we have.