These rc-scripts seem to try to hard to reference/handlle a simple command/instruction (e.g. to much jumping around), is it because boot processes like init need simple instructions and cannot use gtk (for example) like I would in a terminal (or whatever language it is - I'm pretty sure it's gtk, right
). Well I'm just wondering, because If I'm really gonna go all out for this and study rc scripts, I'm gonna want to make them flash like they do in Windows, for the hell of it. Would I be better off creating a higher level program and put it on my taskbar and use easier dependencies. Haha, I'm procrastinating, somebody must've done this already... No?
Hey, maybe if I do put in the effort, I might learn something and then build myself a sophisticated boot level framebuffer that'll get my grub at 1680x1050.
You should just ask someone to setup a Mint chat and host it if your posting this much anyways, Husse.
Hey, you know you want to write the two files for me. PLEASE? I didn't get past C++, and this will take me a long while to understand: http://wiki.debianhelp.org/pmwiki.php/D ... nitScripts