* daves debian (email@example.com) [021229 15:55]: > I am in the middle of a reorganising my system, I will be using jpeg. > It appears that the splashscreen needs a .xpm.gz format. > > The .gz is easy, how do I get to an xpm format > > Idealy I want to convert one of my jpeg images to use as the splash screen. A > while ago I found an article that showed a command to convert jpeg --> xpm ImageMagick's convert utility can do it. man convert. > > I looked in info grub but could not find anything about the splashscreen > command. AFAIK, grub has no splashscreen command. RedHat ships a patched grub which includes support for showing pretty pictures, because suits think a pretty system is a good system. If you want to use a graphical grub screen, I think you'll have to patch and compile grub yourself. good times, Vineet -- http://www.doorstop.net/ -- One nation, indivisible, with equality, liberty, and justice for all.
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