Re: Splashy on AMD64
Last time i checked it out, it was apt-geteable from the amd64 debian
2006/2/20, Tony Freeman <email@example.com>:
> Splashy gives you a nice graphical display and progress bar as your
> system boots.
> I was able to get it to compile, install and run on my dual AMD64
> machine - and the fix was posted to svn.
> svn co svn://svn.debian.org/splashy
> cd splashy/
> cp -a trunk splashy-0.1.8.svn2
> cp -a trunk splashy-0.1.8.svn2.orig
> cd splashy-0.1.8.svn2
> ./autogen.sh --prefix=/
> debuild -uc -us
> sudo dpkg -i ../splashy_0.1.8.svn2_amd64.deb
> sudo dpkg -i ../splashy-themes_0.1.8.svn2_all.deb
> I like the debian3 theme, so I sym linked it as the default theme:
> cd /etc/splasy/themes/
> sudo rm -rf default
> sudo ln -s debian3 default
> There is a command line to see what the theme will look like without
> having to reboot. Press F2 to exit:
> sudo splashy test
> There is one small problem which maybe someone here can help with: the
> background image shows OK for a few seconds then blanks out while the
> system is booting; however, the progress bar continues to operate as it
> should until GDM takes over.
> Things would be perfect if the background image would not blank out.
> Maybe it's just me? Could someone else please install and as see if you
> get the same behavior?
> -- Tony
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