I've edited cmdline.txt on my Raspberry 3b + model to not show the logo during the start up. I've added logo.nologo at the end of a line.
After that, I restarted the device, but I was still seeing the splash screen logo. I figured out I might've done something wrong while editing the cmdline.txt so I opened it again but it was empty.
Raspbian boots up correctly, even though cmdline.txt appears to be empty. Any clue why is this happening?
/boot/cmdline.txt? What editor do you use? Do you see the contents with
sudo cat /boot/cmdline.txt? What does
sudo ls -l /boot/cmdline.txtshow? Can you edit with
sudo -e /boot/cmdline.txt? Please address me with @Ingo, otherwise I won't see your reply.