Wiadomość napisana w dniu 2012-02-06, o godz. 17:55, przez Reindl
> 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 thing is:
I like breaking things. A lot. But since a *long* time (read: couple
of years) I didn't have kernel crash after reboot on *stock* kernel
provided by *stable* Fedora release. And with CentOS, this statement
is even more true, due to the nature of this distribution.
Only problems I had, were with custom made kernels.
So, really, I don't see any problem here. And based on comments of
other users, I'm not alone here.