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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:  37499
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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 Eh?

 
 by agentdunken on: Aug 27 2005
 
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adam@ip68-228-229-136:~> su
Password:
ip68-228-229-136:/home/adam # mv /boot/message /boot/message.old
ip68-228-229-136:/home/adam # cp message /boot/message
cp: cannot stat `message': No such file or directory
ip68-228-229-136:/home/adam #


Eh?????? Whats wrong here? Help lol.


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 Re: Eh?

 
 by moi1392 on: Aug 30 2005
 
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you have to be in the directory where you extract the theme before doing
"cp message /boot/message"

for example :

#cd /home/ip-bla-bla/matrix-splash-v1.0
#cp message /boot/message

of course replace /home/ip-bla-bla/matrix-splash-v1.0 with the directory where you extract the theme.


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 Ahhh

 
 by agentdunken on: Sep 1 2005
 
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Ahhh duh duh me lol. Thank you.


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 Grub...How to

 
 by desibros on: Sep 5 2005
 
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Hello!! :)
Is necessary a special version of grub?!?
Wath kind o modicfication is necessary to menu.lst?!?
Bye!
Max


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 Grub gfxmenu

 
 by anthon on: Sep 8 2005
 
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Hi!

I was not able to use your gfxmenu for grub.
I get a "(...)/message" too large,(...) during grub loading.

From what I read grub fxmenu only supports 4bit colours and a resolution of 640x480.

I tried to decompile the message file and change the number of colours of the "back.jpg" but that didn't work either...

How did you manage to boot it?
What distro do you have?

Thank you very much.
Best regards,
António Vasconcelos.


Anthon
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 Re: Grub gfxmenu

 
 by freedom2099 on: Sep 8 2005
 
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I use a SUSE 9.3... I can tell you that I have no problem with the size of my message file... but I know that there is a size limit... now.. I think that the size is different for every computer... but I'm not too sure!!


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 yast

 
 by Galion on: Oct 17 2005
 
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Isn't yast only for suse?
so theres no way to install this
in another distro?


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 Error in cfg file

 
 by impat81 on: Oct 18 2005
 
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Really really great job, but there's an error in bootsplash-1024x768.cfg. Line 22 is:
jpeg=/etc/bootsplash/themes/matrix-splah/images/bootsplash-1024x768.jpg
but it must be:
jpeg=/etc/bootsplash/themes/matrix-splash/images/bootsplash-1024x768.jpg

Now I've got a completely "matrix like" system :-)


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