Re: can we find a Debian solution for Bootsplash?
This sounds odd to me.
I'm using Sarge (exclusively. no Sid in it) and Splashy works like a
charm for me.
I have signed packages in http://www.kiskeyix.org/downloads/debian if
you want to try those. You can put a line like this in your
deb http://www.kiskeyix.org/downloads/debian local main
deb-src http://www.kiskeyix.org/downloads/debian local main
And follow the mantra:
apt-get install splashy
On 4/14/05, Alvin Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Tuesday 12 April 2005 09:11 am, website wrote:
> > Ehehe..
> > Right now there is a new responce to the bootsplash problem, it's a 100%
> > usermode bootsplash system that is installed like a normal program...
> > It's name is Splashy, and it's build for debian and ubuntu systems.
> > RElase wil be ready soon, maybe tomorrow:
> > http://wiki.nanofreesoft.org/index.php/Splashy
> Does not seems to be compatible with my Debian Sid system.
> Alvin Smith
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