The other day, after installing on a SCSI drive, planning to hit escape and add something to the kernel line on first boot after installation, I found out that grub was set to 0 timeout by default
(This might have been going on since FC1, for all I know, it was the first time that it inconvenienced me.)
I"m just wondering, as I don't feel like doing a test install at the moment--can this be modified during installation with the grub advanced options? I'm guessing it probably can, but to find out, I'd have to format something or another before getting to that point, and I don't feel like making space to satisfy idle curiosity.
So, if anyone who sees this does an install in the next week or so, would you mind seeing if the timeout can be modified during installation and posting the answer?
(For anyone who does get hit by it for one reason or another, one workaround is to reboot with the CD in, choose rescue and then, after sysimage is mounted, edit it that way.)