[gobolinux-users] Gobolinux 013 rc3, some opinions

=RiCo= rico.thorn at gmail.com
Wed Nov 1 23:00:20 UTC 2006

hi, well i suppose what you're saying would be the logical way of doing it
except with me i would want to be able to choose each time,
i dont have just 1 os so yeah, but if i can get vmware then i guess a
timeout would
be cool... i dont know if its possible but maybe for 014 have like in the
install setup
a button that says "customize" while installing grub where you can set the
boot timeout and specify which OS's you want to boot and stuff

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought the default was to have an
> "infinite" timeout. That is, it doesn't make a selection until you
> tell it to. If you don't want to wait around in front of your
> computer, then you SHOULD be in favor of a timeout. If you're arguing
> for bypassing the boot menu entirely (timeout=0), that's an even more
> radical change from current default.
> Anyway, I use 30 seconds for mine. It's long enough that I don't have
> to hurry to switch it if I don't want to boot into Gobo, but short
> enough that it still generally finishes booting on its own if I've
> left the room after starting it up. I favor having a timeout by
> default. Any length longer than 10s or so is fine.
> -Andy
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