Wrong status message from services on boot

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I have 3 openSUSE PC’s with 12.3 (clean install on the 3), one of them works
great, the others 2 are a mess.

when booting I see the messages like:


  OK  ]Starting service <insert service name>

instead of


Starting service <insert service name>                           OK  ]

anyone has seen this bug or is only mine?


VampirD
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Apparently this is how modern systemd does it. The exactly same screenshot is on systemd main page.

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T_T ugly


VampirD
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