I also fixed a couple of other things in the /usr/sbin/bootflash script:
One fix is the yaf-splash displays do not disappear on mouse-over.
Another fix was that it was setting pmedia=usbflash (in syslinux.cfg) even for a USB hard drive. Fixed so now sets pmedia=usbhd for a hard drive.
Comments:Posted on 26 Oct 2010, 18:31 by Iguleder
Barry, there's another problem - something doesn't fork so the tray icons still don't appear before you close the first-run stuff.
I tried to make the new gtkdialog first-run wizard fork and added "&" to the gtkdialog call, it doesn't solve this issue.
I have a question - why can't the /root/Startup stuff move to the beginning of delayedrun, or be executed after critical stuff (like the USB driver removal warning and low RAM warning)?
Posted on 26 Oct 2010, 19:07 by BarryK
Tray icons startup
In my testing, as soon as you do a mouse-over on the message at top of screen the gtkdialog welcome window appears, and after a 3 second delay the tray icons all appear -- even while the welcome window is still there.
But then, Wary doesn't have your first-run script.