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Re: My own bootlogo

I've made a boot logo using the glogo plugin for the Gimp.  Search for "boot
logo" on tune.linux.com.  This plugin converts a gif image to the linux_logo.h
source file that you copy to your kernel tree and recompile.  It worked quite
well for me... I couldn't get the plugin to work with Gimp1.1, so I had to
downgrade to Gimp1.  I didn't find the plugin to be all that stable (didn't work
with a small image, sometimes it worked, sometimes, it didn't).

Wim Kerkhoff.

On Tue, Feb 22, 2000 at 05:57:52PM +0100, Lars Weber wrote:
> Greetings,
> Has anyone here ever succeeded in installing their own bootlogo?  I've
> tried to do this for some time now, but somehow I don't get it.  I use
> ppm2logo from the logo-select kernel patch[1].  The problem is that it
> segfaults every time after printing out half of the converted file.  I
> don't think that something with the picture is wrong, as I also tried
> it with one of the original pictures (converted back using `make
> logos-256').
> Pointers to some docs would also be helpful.
> Thanks for any help,
> Lars
> [1] The patch is available at <http://www.clifford.at/misc/>
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