From: Jack Howarth <howarth@br...> - 2009-02-05 22:51:48
What exactly determines when Fedora 10 displays
a graphical boot screen? I found that after upgrading
from Fedora 8 to Fedora 10 x86_64, that I don't see
a graphical boot screen. I get the text of the
various init scripts executing in rather small text
followed by the gnome greeter login screen. Under
Fedora 8, I used to see the kernel load followed by
a graphical boot screen with a progress bar with
a icon for switching over to a window with the text
of the init scripts loading. This is on a dual quad
core Xeon with Radeon X1650 graphics. The X windows
radeon drivers work well enough so I am surprised
that I don't see the initial graphical boot screen.
Thanks in advance for any hints on fixing this.