Isn’t this a bit ot? This is the design team, which is meant for design of Fedora (not the OS itself, but the theme, artwork, etc). I’m not over the team, or a mod, but I think this is ot, and is kind of strange seeing this in a design team... Thanks!
On Mon, 18 Jun 2012 18:07:59 +0300
Elad Alfassa wrote:
> refer to this thread in -devel:
> As I understand, by design, we wanted the older kernels to appear in
> the "Advanced options" menu, but right now, it breaks every time you
> run a kernel update.
> Also, the string Fedora Linux is kinda wrong, cause the OS is called
> It should be something like Fedora (with Linux *kernel version here*).
> What is the stand of the design team on this?
first of all, I do *not* speak for the design team, just stating my
The intended design is probably best what we can have but,
* Given the fedora target audience, it's not uncommon to have multiple
fedoras installed, so it would be good if the items looked like
Fedora $REL_VER$ $REL_NAME$ (or without the release name).
* All kernels should be in subdirectory. That the current kernel
updates break the intended setup (as set-up in /etc) is obviously
incorrect and should be fixed. Both ways (submenus or direct menu)
are better than current state of things.
* I do not seem to see any theme, even though there's obviously the
beefy-miracle one installed. It's probably missing in configs
(/etc/grub.d/) though -- my issue, or a general one?
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