On Tue, 2010-08-24 at 08:45 -0400, Matthias Clasen wrote:
On Mon, 2010-08-23 at 23:06 -0400, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> - System boots successfully to GUI, when configured.
> - System boots successfully to text mode, when configured.
> - System properly handles being passed [1-5], 'single', 'S',
> booting to the appropriate 'runlevel' (0 and 6 can still work,
> but they're sort of pointless anyway) When booted in this manner,
> '5' will bring up a GUI, and '3' will not.
You mean 'being passed on the kernel cmdline', I assume ?
Do we consider interactive boot essential (I think not) ?
Should mention something about forced fsck, maybe.
What about selinux relabeling ?
I can't remember interactive boot ever working.
> - plymouth is shown on startup.
> - plymouth is quit correctly.
> - plymouth is shown on shutdown.
> - 'esc' to show details still functions in plymouth.
> - an equivalent to /var/log/boot.log still exists, and is populated
> (can be normal syslog)
> - plymouth transition from grub -> boot -> X is seamless for KMS cards,
> similar to Fedora 13.
Note that this is currently broken (somewhere in X, not systemd's fault
Depends on the driver, but yeah.