9.2-PRE: switch off that stupid "Nakatomi Socrates"
Devin.Teske at fisglobal.com
Fri Sep 27 22:13:32 UTC 2013
On Sep 27, 2013, at 3:06 PM, David Demelier wrote:
> On 21.09.2013 12:40, Matthew Seaman wrote:
>> On 21/09/2013 11:31, O. Hartmann wrote:
>>> I'd like to switch off this silly "Nakatomi Socrates" message which
>>> reminds me on Linux and their childish naming schemes.
>>> It is only cosmetics, but it bothers me whenever I switch on the laptop.
>>> I guess there is a switch already prsent to have in the bootloader
>> It's turned off by default in more recent 9.2-STABLE
>> in /boot/loader.conf -- see loader.conf(5)
> I have loader_logo="orb" and I still have a message at the right bottom
> with that stupid joke.
I already responded to this once.
> It's really pisses me off *now*.
Why *now*? I already answered this... (link to archives below)
If you say that you tried this and it didn't work, then by all means...
come back (pissed off or not) and we'll debug the situation.
The person that recommended loader_logo was incorrectly thinking you
were talking about the ARTWORK that you get by default in RC1-RC3 which
is now non-default (requiring loader_logo="tribute" to enable beyond RC3).
The "named releases" however are staying enabled by default.
And as I answered in the archives...
loader_version="whatever you want to name your release"
is how you customize the text which seems to piss you off so much.
> I already said it was okay to add a new
> logo for that stupid joke. But now, I have orb set and I still see that
> in my bootloader.
> How can I disable this forever ?!
> Also in the future you can just forgot that crappy ideas as you can see,
> nobody liked it.
Uh... I'm ignoring that.
P.S. You're not winning any friends here. We answered your question and you
came back hostile.
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