On Sat, 27 Sep 2003 14:08:56 -0500
Jason Luka <jason(a)geshp.com> wrote:
>On Fri, 26 Sep 2003 16:14:01 -0500
>Jason Luka <jason(a)geshp.com> wrote:
>>I'm thinking about working on a graphic boot for the kernel. When the
>>kernel is loading with 'vga=' there's a graphic in the upper corner.
>>Does anybody know where in the source code it gets this graphic from?
>Is this what you're looking for?
>/etc/sysconfig/i18n # fonts stuff
>/etc/sysconfig/init # colors, custom messages stuff
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After much experimentation, I have been unable to make that work. The
'make xconfig' doesn't list 'use splash screen instead of boot logo'
an option. Any suggestions?
Did you install bootsplash? "I think" all linux kernels have the
into intrid by default, for the full backgrounds stuff you'll need bootsplash.
I'm no athority on the subject I just remembered reading about it before and posted
the link. Bootspash.org
seemed to clear it up for me though I'm just not sure how
compatible it is with RH since it was initially a suse thing.
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