Look at plymouth for splash during boot
I wanted to open a fate feature about this when I first heard of plymouth, but reading http://fedoramagazine.wordpress.com/2008/10/21/interview-fedora-10s-better-startup/ really makes me think we should go this way.
Ray's comment starting with "Every flicker and mode change in the boot process takes away from the whole experience." is especially interesting.
Is it okay to track the "don't show grub by default" here?Note the broken link: fedoramagazine.wordpress.com is no longer available.The authors have deleted this blog.
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Check that fallback to non dkms graphic driver like fglrx & nvidia are correctly handled by the fbdev drivers.
Check that we get a working ask passphrase on encrypted setup
Check that if an admin ask text/verbose mode he really get it
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