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Re: Kernel penguin logo?

Hi, I believe this is not established by the kernel but by the
boot loader.  I quickly looked over documentation for both lilo
and grub and couldn't find info regarding this for either (this is
made particularly difficult by the fact that each hit for a word search
on "image" always referred to a kernel image, not a graphical
image) . . . so I'm completely unable to substantiate my claim but
I'm still fairly certain this is the case.  That's my two cents,
anyway.  Best wishes seeing the lucky penguin each wonderful


->>In response to your message<<-
  --received from Joel Konkle-Parker--
> How do I get a nice little penguin logo during kernel boot? Is that a 
> kernel option that must be set at compile time? I noticed 
> kernel-image-2.4.18-bf2.4 has it, while kernel-image-2.4.18-1-686 doesn't.
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