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Re: rhgb at shutdown



Jonathan Roberts wrote:
On 16/09/2007, Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek <liviopl pl gmail com> wrote:
I'm a fedora user for about 2 years now and have never saw RHGB at
shutdown. My guess is that there is no graphical shutdown in fedora.

You'll not see RHGB on shutdown.
Why? Because of X11. X11 cannot be running, when system is becomming
level 0/etc. (graphical subsystem is down, services are getting down).

There are few chances: migration to bootsplash, splashy, usplash or
other.

Would there be any possibility of just having a non-verbose shutdown
option? i.e. just a blank screen?

This is really the wrong list for this discussion. The mechanisms of shutdown or using RHGB have nothing to do with art. fedora-devel or fedora-desktop list is more suitable and it has already been discussed in both.

All services don't need to be shutdown mythologically as it happens now and some of them can just be killed without any side effect. Someone will have to look in that which will potentially speed up shutdown.

There has also been some discussions on using splashy and what is missing currently at

https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-desktop-list/2007-August/msg00399.html

See some of the related discussions on the same thread for more details.

Rahul


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