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Matrix bootsplash & GRUB & kde splash

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Bootsplash Screen

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Matrix bootsplash & GRUB & kde splash
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Matrix bootsplash & GRUB & kde splash
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Matrix bootsplash & GRUB & kde splash
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  37504
Submitted:  Aug 18 2005
Updated:  Sep 7 2005

Description:

This is a Bootsplash Screen which is developed for the following resolutions:
800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024


To install: do the following

1 extract to /etc/bootsplash/themes/
example: /etc/bootsplash/themes/matrix-splash

2 use Yast bootsplash theme changer-by mouseclicks: Yast>system>/etc/sysconfig Editor>system>boot>theme>type name of theme (matrix-splash)>finish

3 as superuser (root) type in terminal:
mkinitrd -s (size)x(size)
eg mkinitrd -s 1280x1024


In version 1.5 to install GRUB splah:
1- $ su
2- # mv /boot/message /boot/message.old
3- # cp message /boot/message
4- restart your computer and enjoy!




Changelog:

Version 2.0:
Include also a kde splash screen based on the Moodin engine! To see the preview go here: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=28411

Version 1.5:
The bootsplash is the same of the 1.0 but to this version we have added the splash screen for GRUB!

In this newer and better version... v 1.0 we have:
1- the new progress bar in silent mode
2- a little different background for verbose!




LicenseGPL
(Version v1.0 tar.gz)
(Version 1.5 with also grub splash!)
(Version 2.0 with grub splash and also kde splash)
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 by scummos on: May 4 2007
 
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bootsplash i fixed: in the 1024x768 config file there´s a type failure in the path of the silent file (it says matrix-spash instead of matrix-splash).

but grub-> same prob


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 /boot/message

 
 by 8Ball on: May 11 2007
 
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Nice bootsplash

In order to get the message working you could do the following:

-mkdir /tmp/message
-mkdir /tmp/message2
-cd /tmp/message
-cpio -i < /boot/message
-cd /tmp/message2
-cpio -i < /<path to matrixdirectory>/grub/message
-cp back.jpg ../message
-cd /tmp/message
-ls . | cpio -o > message
-cp message /boot

That's it.

Make sure to backup the original /boot/message


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 kubuntu 7.10

 
 by darkfritz2 on: Apr 20 2008
 
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hi,

i have kubuntu 7.10 and usplash installed... i can't find anything that is written in the tutorial especially that i dont have yast! so can someone give me a tutorial how can i make it under kubuntu work?


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 Re: kubuntu 7.10

 
 by Padster on: May 9 2009
 
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yes, i want this, too.

and maybe it doesn't work for this. i don't think it's a usplash, and yast is for suse.

reply to this please.


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 Mandriva 2010.1

 
 by Moviuro on: Sep 12 2010
 
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Hi ! This boot splash looks fantastic, but there is no /etc/bootsplash folder on my computer ^__^
How should I do to use it ?

Very good idea anyways !


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