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> > There is a very simple reason why Linux shouldn't have a "bootscreen" - 
> > its a lame idea.
>
> Then why not make something better instead of denying it completely.

Surely the most sensible lines to think along are:

* Make boot times as short as possible
* Support, and encourage the use of more efficient CPU designs, so
that it becomes sensible to leave machines on all the time.

Then, the issue of a bootscreen becomes a non-issue.

John.
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