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On Wednesday 29 January 2003 09:06, Zwane Mwaikambo wrote:
> > I'm working for a company doing VoD and IPTV applications, and you surely
> > don't want some verbose kernel output upon booting set-top-boxes. At
> > least - the customer doesn't want it, meaning you shouldn't have it. Then
> > it's better to have some LED flashing in case of error.
>
> Then don't output kernel messages to your default display device. No
> Kernel Hacking Required (tm)

Still - it'd be cute to have a 'Pronto Television blah starting' splash.
Why not include it? It won't break anything!

roy
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