g.lip at gmx.com
Fri Sep 18 20:09:24 UTC 2009
Clay Weber wrote:
> I would tend to agree with this, as there are so many things that change from
> day to day in the alpha stage (even hourly). Not everything is removed from
> the previous day's batch of updates. I would guess that usplash is still
> installed for you, and hasn't been set to be removed yet in the updates. I
> also think that the devs had to modify some kdm things just before the last
> alpha for the upcoming changes.
> While there are constant updates, each alpha is sort of meant to be installed
> fresh to test out new features, etc. While this isn't always necessary, it has
> been my experience running alphas to do a fresh install if there is something
> not working or showing up that was supposed to be there.
> My clean alpha6 does not have any boot splash, and I use autologin with no
> Such is the life of alpha testing :)
Clay, good of you to confirm that your clean install of alpha6 does not
have splash. Yes, I normally do a clean install when final version is
released; and that's when I find differences.
Thanks for your feedback.
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