Am 06.02.2012 18:02, schrieb Jarosław Górny:
Wiadomość napisana w dniu 2012-02-06, o godz. 17:55, przez Reindl Harald:
>> in your arguments if you have any.
> why do you not read the arguments?
> * a new user does not know anything about the menu
> * a new user fall into a boot problem after update
If we are considering such a newbie user as you describe, I bet this user does not know
if system update installed
a new kernel or not. (S)he probably does not know what the kernel is.
So, why do you assume, such a user, having grub menu *not* hidden, will guess, that in
case of boot problem (s)he
should try to boot another kernel?
because i learned it exactly this way long time ago
with FC3 after a machine did not boot and it was
absolutely logical for me what this boot-menu means
and even if not totally - if my machine does not boot
without interaction and i have a menu at startup i
would simply try the other option
and having this example from the centos-list does make it
very clear - this users question was explictly how to
boot with another kernel, so he found out somehow that
there is more than once and even then needed help!