On Wed, 2007-04-04 at 12:47 -0400, David Zeuthen wrote:
On Wed, 2007-04-04 at 11:46 -0400, Max Spevack wrote:
> Booting the LiveCD, grub gives you two options:
> Fedora-7-Test3-Live-i386 from RAM
> This is confusing -- should I choose default or no? What's the difference
> between the two? I think users will be confused.
The FC6 live cd said "(run from RAM - requires 1GB+)" instead of "from
RAM" which may be less confusing to at least English speaking users..
At the same time, it's long and if you have a long enough fslabel (which
we likely do), then you run out of space and only get part of the text
While the run from RAM option is nice, I'm still not entirely sold on it
for the reasons Max was confused.
> The default user name at the Live CD's gdm -- this is a simple change
> s/Fedora live CD/Fedora/
> then if it's a LiveUSB or LiveDVD, the user name doesn't look odd
Sounds good to me...
I actually have pending changing it to "Fedora Live" instead of just
Fedora. And actually changing the rest of the "livecd" type references
to be just live or live image.