Re: Default LILO config -- prompt and timeout
Ben Gertzfield <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
I think we should change the default LILO config to prompt the
user (so they don't have to hit shift to get a LILO prompt)
and then time out in a reasonable value, say 7 seconds.
This can be done by adding:
to the default /etc/lilo.conf. Is the boot floppies package the right
place for this? Making the user hit shift for a LILO prompt is oogy.
I agree with the `prompt' part, but 7 seconds is IMO too long. 2
seconds is more reasonable IMO and is the current value IIRC.
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