beta-tester wrote:is it possible to change the boot behavior?
what i am looking for is
1. changing (enlarge or reduce) the time to continue the boot.
What is the usage case where this is necessary? It is not user configurable unless you build NOOBS yourself from source.
i usually used my RPi as mediaplayer (OpenELEC). the RPi and my NAS (that contains all my media) are connected to the same powerplug. when i switch on the power, the NAS takes ~120seconds to fully boot up and expose its share. the RPi is much faster. when OpenELEC does not can mount the NAS at its boot time, i have no access to my media on my NAS. on "BerryBoot" (what i currently use and want to replace by NOOBS) i enlarged the time of the boot menu up to 120 seconds to be sure my NAS is fully booted up to be able to mount, when OpenELEC boots up.
that is the only reason, for what i want to change the boot delay time.
beta-tester wrote:3. NOOBS menu without overscan on HDMI.
NOOBS handles overscan automatically. Does this not appear correctly on your display?
i always see a big black border (overscan) around the NOOBS GUI.
i have a HDMI [email protected]
, 50 or 24 TV. OpenELEC does not have a border by default, on Raspbian, i can turn off the overscan, but NOOBS not.
i love the web browser of NOOBS - i use it to quick browse something in the internet, without need to boot into Raspbian (and it is way quicker than any browser i used unter Rasbian start-X GUI)
just turn on RPi and surf in under 5 seconds and i want to see it on full screen without black borders.
(oh yeah, is it possible to change the default (help)webaddress?)
beta-tester wrote:as i understood previous comments correct, is it not possible to reinstall or change single partitions/images without reinstalling all other images as well - the only choice: "change/reinstall everything or let it like it is". so changing one with let the other images/partitions untouched is not possible - is that correct?
Correct. That would be a future feature. Please submit to GitHub if desired.
only when i post a request to GitHub, it has a chance to be implemented? i have already so many accounts & passwords in so many forums/websites... i don't like to create an other new one, only to post a request or bug... sorry.
oh, and thank you for the other answers and links.