> If i remember correctly, xp doesn't shows the logo
> since the start neither. It does a bit of job before.
I'd rather not compare ourselves with XP all too closely.
> A linux kernel doesn't take too much time to boot
> (the ide detection is the slower part i remember)
You have SCSI disks only, I presume?
> And the kernel messages always were, always will be,
> useful. To get a clean screen perhaps we could have
> something like a boot parm called silentdmesg, and then
> do the previous thing.
Again, we've already encountered the diversity of (emotional)
opinions on this matter. I believe the final compromise "every-
one what s(he) needs" will do us just a fine service.
Not meaning to be offensive.
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