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Re: fbsplash: introducing fbplash in debian (howto)

On Thu, 2004-10-28 at 23:07 -0400, Luis M wrote:
> wow. I'm surprise to know that this works for somebody.
> Are you using a 2.6.x kernel? and would you mind pasting your .config
> and send it to this thread? (or sending it to me directly)
Sorry to blow my own horn but yea i've had it working for months,
without a problem :) Using my shitty deb as well heh
> I'm one of the people working on the fbsplash port to debian. You will
> see lots of exciting things in the near future...
what type of stuff man? i kinda stopped following as there was too much
talk about versioning system and not really any direction, i wanted to
do like a todo list and asign a task to each person, but hey, different
people work in different ways, besides soo close to xmas, ive got to
much paid work on to spare the time :/
> What I would like to implement is a way to do "supersilent" mode.
> Where fbsplash will NEVER drop to verbose unless the user explicitly
> hits ESC or F2. :-) Who cares about those cryptic messages (and those
> who do, can always press F2). Of course, this will be in addition to
> regular "silent" and "verbose" already in the fbsplash patch.
tbh, i never use silent lol, as i pefer to see whats going on but each
there own:) 
Config attached

> On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 15:58:08 -0400, Thomas Mills Hinkle
> <thinkle@parker.org> wrote:
> > > Does it happen to everybody?
> > 
> > No -- it doesn't happen to me.
> > 
> > I patched my own kernel (similar reasons) and used the splashutils
> > package and get a normal "silent" mode with a progress bar. F2 switches
> > out of it. There is, however, no way that I know of to switch back to
> > silent once I've been in verbose mode.
> > 
> > Tom
> > 
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