Am I alone in finding what I see on the screen when re-booting
very drab, and much inferior to what Fedora/KDE used to provide?
Is it possible to choose a more interesting non-default setup?
I find the slowly filling horizontal line under the K icon
particularly boring; it makes the Microsoft rotating circle
seem like an exciting entry into the Windows world.
In older versions of Fedora/KDE various icons used to appear in order,
showing what was happening at that moment during the re-boot.
I've always thought it was a selling-point of Linux
that it wasn't a black box,
one could see (if one wished) what is going on.
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin