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Grub gfxboot splash openSUSE

   0.9.2  

KDE 3.x Splash Screen

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Grub gfxboot splash openSUSE
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Downloads:  2949
Submitted:  Aug 5 2007
Updated:  Aug 11 2007

Description:

gfxboot based on openSUSE. Hoping you to like it.

HOW TO INSTALL IT ON OPENSUSE

1) make a backup of /boot/grub/menu.lst
2) remove GRUB
3) install this file

http://digilander.libero.it/bobmarley2002/grub-gfxboot-0.97-6.i386.rpm

4) move the theme in /boot/grub/ folder renaming it like message.opensuse
5) edit /boot/grub/menu.lst edit the "gfxboot" line (the path of the theme), writing this:

/boot/grub/message.opensuse

6) install bootloader, tipe this in shell (you could prefer to be root)

sudo grub
grub> find /boot/grub/stage1
(hdx,y)
(X and Y are values you need that the pc give you)
grub> root (hdx,y)
grub> setup (hdx)
grub> quit
sudo grub-install /dev/hda


you could need to edit hda whit sda or similar dependig of your hard disk




Changelog:


---0.9.2---

* Added OpenSUSE logo under the samurai image

* Changed "OpenSUSE 10.2" label to "OpenSUSE" to make the splash usable for any OpenSUSE version

---0.9.1---

* Samurai image moved a little down for better apparence

* changed circular logo

* Added a tux near the "novell" logo




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 solved

 
 by anubisg1 on: Aug 14 2007
 
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maybe i found solution.. try to remove "hiddenmenu" line


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 Just in case...

 
 by jammrk on: Sep 7 2007
 
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If you follow the above instructions and get a grub error "(hd0,5) /boot/grub/message.opensuse file is too large" (or something to that effect), it turns out that there is a limit on the size of that file that grub can handle. After the following the instructions that theme(message) file was over 340 KB. I simply downloaded the file that was provided ("install" link), renamed it to message.opensuse and copied it over the original message file. It now works fine !!!. Thanks for the great boot theme by the way :) Peace!


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 Re: Just in case...

 
 by anubisg1 on: Sep 12 2007
 
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thanks for support!


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 breaks down repair

 
 by rems on: Oct 9 2007
 
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Beware that whenever you need to repair your grub bootloader with the suse repair function it will no longer work as the repair tool does not recognise this version of Grub.

You will have to repair the grub package, afterwards repair the bootloader (hoping you still have a backup of menu.lst) and you'll get back to the default splash.

Just to let you know.


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 Can't delete GRUB?

 
 by djastral232 on: Oct 17 2007
 
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Hi, I have openSUSE 10.2 and when I tried to remove original GRUB using YAST (Software Management module) a lot of critical depedencies showed up needed to be removed also. But, if I remove them my system will be corrupted and can't load.

Also, by giving the command (from konsole) rpm -iv grub-gfxboot-0.97-6.i386.rpm it says thats conflicts with the default GRUB installed packages.

So, how can I safely remove GRUB and install the grub-gfx package? Is there any other way?

Please give some tips. Thank you, in advance.


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 Re: Can't delete GRU

 
 by anubisg1 on: Nov 12 2007
 
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you could remove grub ignoring all advices! the rpm i linked provides grub! to solve in better way, for yast, you could use my repository!:

OpenSUSE 10.3
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/anubisg1/openSUSE_10.3

OpenSUSE 10.2
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/anubisg1/openSUSE_10.2

SLES/SLED 10
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/anubisg1/SLE_10


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