Le 26 oct. 2010 à 20:14, Truls Becken a écrit : > On 2010-10-26, at 11:48, Stefano Ceccherini wrote: > >> Since some time (at least six months) you can keep shift pressed since >> you turn on the pc, and it will enter the safe boot menu. >> No need to wait for the exact moment. > > Thanks, this hint helps a lot. To my delight, I see that the user guide > focuses on this without mentioning the BeOS backwards compatible space bar > key. Hmm I hope we keep space bar since we must stay compatible :p >> This combined with the BFS CLEN flag should tell if we booted correctly or >> not... > > Ok, good, I'm convinced. Automatically entering the boot menu after a boot > failure would help more than accepting the boot menu key after booting has > actually started. Btw, this is what we already do when we can't find the boot volume, we show the menu to let people select which they want to boot. François.