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Re: Modified start-stop-daemon and possible boot logo (was: Translation of init scripts)

On Wed, Jul 14, 1999 at 01:10:50PM -0700, David Bristel wrote:
> I agree, the idea of cute little graphics showing up next to the
> start/stop of a package makes me ill just thinking about it.  Even the
> Redhat 6.0 way with it's green "OK" or red "Failed" made me ill because
> it supressed the errors when something failed.  Sure, it LOOKS nice for
> the enduser, but the boot sequence is where you NEED to see what's going
> on if you need to troubleshoot a problem on boot.

I wouldn't mind the color personally, if I could still see the errors when
something doesn't work--and once again I could turn it off if I didn't
have (or didn't want) color.

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