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Re: Problems with GRUB



Ok, thanks for the help, I've tried to put a splash.tga image (created with GIMP) in config/binary_grub/ and then build an iso.
At the end of the installation, GRUB runs fine but the image is still the default Debian one.
I'm missing something?
I remember that I don't want to use the image during the live system (I use syslinux for that, with instructions provided in the Artwork page), but only when the user decides to install the live on the hard drive.
Thanks for your help,


Fabrizio

On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 10:27 AM, Daniel Baumann <daniel@debian.org> wrote:
On 03/26/2010 04:53 PM, Fabrizio Furnari wrote:
Which is the best way to customize a software like grub?

as you can see in binary_grub, for grub, the bootsplash can be put into
config/binary_grub/splash.xpm.gz or config/binary_grub/splash.xpm.

and in binary_grub2, you'll see that you have to put the splash into
config/binary_grub/splash.tga.

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