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Old 10-29-2003, 01:25 PM   #1
Registered: May 2003
Location: Mt. Prospect, Illinois
Distribution: Fedora Core 2, SuSE 9.1 Professional
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Fedora Graphical Boot-up

Somewhere along the line, my Fedora Test 3 stopped doing the graphical
boot thing and is now doing a "normal" boot. Personally, I prefer the normal
boot rather than the graphical boot because you can see what's happening
easier. I remember during a couple of graphical boots, there was an option
to show the boot details (like a normal non-graphical boot)....and I did that
a couple of times.

However, somewhere along the line, and I can't remember exactly WHEN,
it just defaulted to the normal non-graphical boot screens. I'm not too
concerned, but want to know what happened and how to configure it.
I can't seem to find it anywhere, but I'm still looking at some of the initiation

If anyone out there knows how to switch this on and off, I would appreciate
hearing about it....or did Fedora just give up on that and take it out on
one of the rawhide updates?

Thanks, as usual


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