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Re: usplash in desktop task?

David Härdeman <david@hardeman.nu> writes:

> AFAIK, systems that do not work with bootsplashes (no vga, no vesa, no
> dedicated driver, or due to bugs) will not refuse to boot but instead
> the last message from GRUB ("Starting up") will be followed by a black
> screen until gdm starts up. This can in turn be removed by booting
> with the "nosplash" boot arg, so even if there are unsupported systems
> out there, dealing with them should be fairly easy.

What Frans wants, and he is right, is to avoid to install it if it
won't work properly. It can lead to more problems for begginers.

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