On Sunday 17 October 2010, Hakan Koseoglu wrote:
> On 16 October 2010 04:18, Tapas Mishra <email@example.com>
> wrote:> On Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 1:11 AM, ms <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >> By looking on Google for the documentation.
> > IF an $@#@#@ like you would have searched you would not have given me
> > lecture like this I clearly *mentioned it is 64 bit are you blind or
> > illiterate.
> Google for ubuntu grub splash screen, click on the first result, click
> on the grub section on the right hand side, click on the Grub How to
> link and look at the boot splash images section. Took less than 15
> secs here.
> There, wasn't hard, was it? Colin's absolutely right on this one.
> And what's 64 bit got to do with anything here? At least you could
> have come back with something intelligent like "but I don't know how
> to type and read!!". Oh, wait...
> Hakan (m1fcj) - http://www.hititgunesi.org
I followed these instructions and got to a page that expains how to do this
for 8.4 and 7.10. I'm not that familiar with Ubuntu's versions names, but I
read "These directions do not apply to clean installs of Karmic or later.
Karmic onward uses Grub2 unless you upgraded from a previous version of
Ubuntu and have not manually upgraded to Grub2." so it does not seem to apply
And while I agree that one can (and should) search a while before asking for
help, I don't think that "$@#@#@" is very nice (but of course one can
substitute any content...)
Maybe a more civilized and productive way of answering is "Google is your
friend" (sorry, I'm a teacher
"We live at a time when emotions and feelings count more than truth, an there
is a vast ignorance of science" James Lovelock
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