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LXer: Debian Squeeze cleans up the grub2 wallpaper in desktop-base, and we're a bit closer to Stable

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Anybody running Debian Squeeze whose desktop-base package has updated in recent days might notice a change in the wallpaper on their Grub 2 screen as they boot up. Previously the Debian logo in the lower right side of the Grub screen tended to cover up the portion of the boot message that tells you how many seconds are left until the machine boots automatically.



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