On 31-05-18 16:40, stan wrote:
On Thu, 31 May 2018 12:23:35 +0200
Hans de Goede <hdegoede(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> 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.
I *like* seeing all the stuff flow by, and I boot into multi-user
before starting the graphical user interface. I like seeing what is
going on under the hood. Will I still be able to do this? Or will I
have to hack the install after it is done?
As the "by default" in the Subject implies, this is about setting a
config option, one which is already available today, but the plan
is to change its value, this config option lives in /etc/default/grub
which gets written once during install and then never touched again.
TL;DR: Yes you will still be able to do this with a simple 1 time
> Saying this is an improvement is a value judgement. I agree that many
> people might consider this an improvement, but not all.
> What is the rationale for doing it? Imitation of Mac or Windows?
> Trying to make it easier for users of Mac or Windows to switch to
> Fedora? What about existing users? Is it just assumed that they want
> this improvement?
> It seems clear to me that this change will happen. I'm just trying to
> get you to consider it from different perspectives, to implement it in
> such a way that those who don't consider it an improvement have an easy
> way to revert to prior behavior.
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