On 8/24/07, Christopher Aillon <caillon(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Jon Nettleton wrote:
> If you don't want to see this message why don't you disable eth0 from
> coming up on boot? This problem really has nothing to do with rhgb.
Or I could just stop booting the machine to not see debug messages at
Seriously, do you really expect the average user to do that just because
of a bug in rhgb?
 The bug is that as soon as anything goes wrong, regardless of how
critical it is, it starts dumping stuff out. See how e.g. MacOSX
handles this: it just doesn't show the user anything if it's not
critical, but it does log to /var/log/messages. Can't get wired because
we're a laptop? NOT CARE.
Much better. So instead of dropping open the terminal you would
rather have the spinner icon turn to a spinning yield icon or
something. I can't say that will happen for Fedora 8 but I can see
where for a desktop spin that could be doable.