Bug#136473: ITP: kernel-patch-lpp-1024x768 -- Display a graphical boot-screen with progress bar
This patch adds the Linux Progress Patch option to the Linux kernel.
The Linux Progress Patch is a kernel patch which displays a
full-screen logo with a progress bar and some informational text
while booting. It hides the normal startup messages printed by the
kernel, and is meant for people that don't care about boot messages.
It is based on the original LPP by Cajus Pollmeier
<C.Pollmeier@gmx.net> available at http://lpp.freelords.org
The theme I created looks about like this:
Preliminary debs are available at:
deb[-src] http://freakzone.net/ debian/
License is GPLv2
PS: I am not ignoring the recent kernel-patch-naming discussion, but
IMHO even if linux kernel-patch packages are named wrong now, they
should still be named consistently until anything new is decided on.
Gordon Fraser Depends on how you define
email@example.com "always". :-) -- Larry Wall in