What about users that don't use a graphical login manager? Personally I
*like* seeing boot messages so that I know what is going on.
Having the menu available is also quite useful for booting into rescue
mode or selecting a different kernel.
On 05/31/2018 06:23 AM, Hans de Goede wrote:
I'm working on improving the Fedora boot experience, with the
end goal being a user pressing the on button and then going
to the graphical login manager without him seeing any
text messages / menus filled with technical jargon.
IIRC we used to hide the grub-menu by default on single
OS installs, but we seemed to have stopped doing that,
for new Fedora 29 installs I would like us to start
hiding the menu by default on single OS installs again,
The goal if this email is to:
1) Give people an advance warning about the plan to change
this so we can discuss this early on
2) See if anyone knows why we stopped doing this, I think
we may simply have stopped doing this to simplify to bootconfig
code in anaconda and because we did not always identify the
single OS case correctly, but I wonder if there were other
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