For a long time now, GNU/Linux distributions have been criticised by desktop and laptop users for starting up too slowly. More recently, within the Fedora community particularly, there have been increasing numbers of complaints about the amount of ‘flicker’ that happens as the system switches from Grub to RHGB to GDM, etc. Fedora 10 is going to change all of that, and to talk us through this feature, Adam Jackson, Red Hat Desktop Engineer, agreed to an interview.
Interview: Fedora 10’s Better Startup
Submitted by Rahul 2008-10-27 Fedora Core 10 Comments
This is all great.
The fat X cursor was almost a trademark of XFree/Xorg
thanks red hat to support linux
if we had waiting ubuntu to do this, surely that would take 15 years…