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Re: Compiling Kernel for Bootsplash: The Whole Seven Metres.

On 9/10/05, Seeker5528 <seeker5528@comcast.net> wrote:
On Mon, 05 Sep 2005 21:55:31 -0700
Jeff D <blue@ev01.net> wrote:

> what about using splashy?  it doesn't require a kernel rebuild and is in
> experimental or you can add:
>     deb http://splashy.Alioth.debian.org/debian/ unstable main
>     deb-src http://splashy.Alioth.debian.org/debian/ unstable main

I second that nomination.

I'm using splashy and it works pretty well.

On a side note I had installed the boot-icons package sometime in the
past and never got around to getting it operational and it started
working too.

I installed it. It shows tux image. No show of % progress of booting or any progress bar. Other than tux image, what is it supposed to do? How to configure it to get that.
linux user No.205042
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