[SPAM WARNING] Re:Re: Ubuntu Boot Up Logo
duncan at lithgow-schmidt.dk
Fri Jun 24 14:14:07 UTC 2005
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thmandan22 at comcast.net wrote:
>>What I mean is that in Windows (XP at least) one never sees lines of
>>garbled text on the screen, except when you get a BSOD. So to the
>>average user, lines of text = error, and to go even further I would
>>say no "gui" or pretty picture at boot would equal an error as well.
I have to disagree, when I first booted into the linux world I thought
it was great, I can't remember what the ubuntu one looks like (i'm using
fc4 just now) but when all those [ ok ] in green marks come up I felt
wonderfully assured that some little faults weren't being hidden from me.
That being said I think a boot screen should be the default, like fedora
or suse use.
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