On 2011/03/11 11:27 (GMT-0500) Jeff Mahoney composed:
On 03/11/2011 11:25 AM, Felix Miata wrote:
> On 2011/03/11 11:07 (GMT-0500) Jeff Mahoney
>>> systemd by default.
>> plymouth as well.
> Immature, unnecessary st^H^Hfluff.
Don't fix what ain't broke. Let
> Fedora, Mandriva, et al mature them another release or two. F15 is a
> rat's nest so far, and I'm not even touching Mandriva until the systemd
> noise dies down on the Cooker list. KMS still isn't fully baked yet
> in 11.4, at least, not everything it obsoletes or otherwise impacts.
What's gross is the unnecessary kernel code
we're carrying around to
Implement what? I asked here weeks ago where to find a summary of what
that stuff's for and got no response. Why does openSUSE still do what I
need if I boot vanilla instead of desktop or default? Flicker? Always a
non-issue here. Boot time? Who boots a non-test system except to change
This code is exactly what's causing most of
perennial, obscure, console issues.
What's all that extra stuff openSUSE kernels carry good for? I don't
have the most annoying of those "issues" with vanilla, Fedora or
Mandriva kernels. How can it be so hard to not have a non-black console
background and legible fonts?
I've been complaining about this annoying flicker since 10x.
It ALWAYS falls on deaf ears.
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