Re: usplash in desktop task?
On Tue, May 08, 2007 at 10:24:01PM +0200, Attilio Fiandrotti wrote:
Otavio Salvador ha scritto:
Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
My standpoint is that installing (or at least activating) splashy should
only be done if it is *known* beforehand that the display will be
usplash uses bogl, same as d-i, so if d-i worked in framebuffer mode,
I'll bet that usplash will also work. Until I see a system where it
doesn't anyway. :-) Systems installed using g-i also seem likely to
AFAIK g-i uses dfb and on this case splashy would work ;-)
If usplash uses bogl and bogl uses framebuffer, then usplash will work
almost anywhere g-i does.
It wont't work on i386 and amd64 systems where the video chip is not
supported by vesafb (see #405737).
AFAIK, usplash has two backends, svgalib and bogl...and I believe that
usplash works with both vesafb and vga16fb as well as chipset-specific