Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 115588
Cosmetic: boot logo and Fedora look bad
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:36 EST
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Description of problem:
The Fedora boot logo and the logo that is used during the install
process look strange. Please see the attached screenshots.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Fedora logos look bad
Created attachment 97655 [details]
boot logo screen shot
Created attachment 97656 [details]
install time Fedora logo screenshot
I can confirm that i have the same problem, both
the boot menu image and the first logo during
the installation look very bad.
Video card: NVIDIA GeForce FX 5600 AGP 8x
Monitor: Sony X73 TFT DVI 1280x1024
Please change the version number from test1
to test3, since this problem exists in the
new test release of FC2 1.90.
* 1.90 _is_ "test1".
* I'd say the quality of the boot screen logo is intentional.
Here is an extract from the "Enter Bug Wizard" description when
you select Fedora Core as the product:
"Bugs related to the Core components of the Fedora Product
distribution. If reporting against a 'test release' then please choose
'test3' as the version. If reporting against a stable release then
choose the release number you are using as the version."
Thats a bit confusing i think. To me it seems like the latest
test version is 'test3' in the bugzilla database.
Note that these will be magically fixed when we go to the final
graphics... I went with the older test graphics to save some time at
the last minute.
AFAICT this bug has been fixed in FC2 final.