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Re: Fedora 8 Boot Process

On Mon, 2007-07-23 at 11:39 -0400, Jeremy Katz wrote:
> First -- this has been discussed (extensively) on this list in the past.
> Please see the archives.

Hm. There's no method to search the mailman archive via its interface.
Googling "site:redhat.com fedora-desktop-list grub ..." gives a lot of
hits but unfortunately nothing pertinent to this discussion. Care to
give a pointer?

> On Sun, 2007-07-22 at 21:59 -0400, Brian Tate wrote:
> > 1) Do away with the grub menu by default
> >     Why? That is the first question that came to mind. A large number of 
> > linux users dual-boot multiple OSes. It also is useful when you have 
> > multiple kernel versions installed; if you set the time-out to 3 seconds 
> > do you really notice it?
> The idea isn't to fully get rid of the menu, it's to get rid of the vide
> mode change.  So basically, the graphic won't show by default (you'll
> still have the graphic if you actually press a key to change something
> in the menu) but the menu is still perfectly accessible.

Actually the only sensible thing to do would be to let anaconda
configure grub to show the menu if another OS is configured during
installation and skip the menu if another OS isn't configured. People
who configure their systems for dual/multi-boot will want to see the
menu while others won't.

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