Re: Re: Re: Re: display a splash image before startup a live system
On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 8:02 PM, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Thx chals
> I've changed timeout from 5 to 50 in
Both are possible! I do not know to what extent there is a difference
between using 5 or 50. All I know is that it is expressed in "units of
1/10 seconds" as stated in the syslinux website. In my tests there is
no real difference in specifying either one or the other, both produce
a timeout of exactly five seconds. Even though it seems that "50" is
the usual way to do it. So if you want a timeout of fifty seconds you
should write "500" :)
> and now it works well!
Anyway I'm glad it works for you ;)
By the way, in respect to this thread, I used to re-build a .deb in
order to achieve this as I explained in a previous mail, but it seems
that the embedded live-build theme overwrites my customizations. Well,
it is not a big deal since there is plenty of different ways of
achieving the same goal as described in the revised Bootloader chapter
of live-manual including Daniel's suggestion to include the files
locally in your config. I have tested it twice with success.
Greetings for you too.