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Re: Graphical boot isn't so graphical



On Tuesday 22 July 2003 08:16, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> Moving rhgb doesn't make one bit of difference if the X server
> is still on /usr. :)

Why not make the graphical boot a framebuffer thing, so that users don't 
have to wait for X to start up?  Has this thought been brought up?  
what are the reasons for not doing it (mostly curious, I've no clue 
what it would take to actually do it in framebuffer)

</armchair quarterback>

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