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Re: Usermode splash screen/boot. what's the best approach?

|| On Tue, 04 Jan 2005 10:20:36 -0500
|| "Matthew A. Nicholson" <matt@matt-land.com> wrote: 

man> I like the usplash idea better.  Also handling output and such from
man> start-up scripts can be handled LSB style, with wrapper functions in
man> the init scripts.  I don't like the idea of any kind of X server
man> starting.  I don't know why you see tty[1-6] in b/w as a problem.  I
man> see that as an advantage if you want to know what is going on.  Then
man> you can press alt-f8 to go back to graphics.

I agree with you. It looks more simple to me.

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