recently, I've seen few users running Fedora with nomodeset. They didn't
know about that and were just complaining about poor resolution and/or
performance (and those systems worked just fine without nomodeset). Also,
sometimes, users choose basic video driver because something is broken, but
the broken state can change over time.
That led me to an idea - wouldn't it be better to provide some info for
users running Basic Video Driver that they're probably not getting the best
What came to my mind?
Having two GRUB entries for Fedora - with and without nomodeset. Users who
would install system while booted with nomodeset would see grub every time
with nomodeset option being default for the first time and then defaulting
to the last used entry.
Apart from this, there could be either notification (or window) shown every
time GNOME is launched with basic video driver, probably with some basic
information and link to Fedora Docs explaining what that does mean.
Hey folks! Just wanted to check something: in recent Rawhide, the
appearance of radio buttons (specifically, in anaconda) seems to have
changed. When one is selected, it now has a blue background and a white
dot in the center. It previously had a grey background and a black dot.
Is this expected, or should I report it as a bug? Thanks!
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