I’m creating a custom Fedora 32 liveCD using kickstart. Since I intend this to be used only as a live image and not as an actual installation disk, I want to remove the Try/Install Fedora menu that pops up when booting. Is there a way to do this? I know on e.g. Ubuntu you can just remove Ubiquity, but I believe removing Anaconda will end up breaking things.
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The Welcome to Fedora program is started through a .desktop file in the live users autostart (
.config/autostartfedora-welcome.desktop/), which in turn launches
/usr/share/anaconda/gnome/fedora-welcome, so you can simply remove the
fedora-welcome.desktop file and everything should be fine.
Alright, I’ll take a look at that. Thanks!
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