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Linux graphical bootsplash allows you to use custom graphics during early system startup
Linux graphical bootsplash allows you to use custom graphics during early system startup. It makes it possible to place a nice graphic behind or above the kernel boot messages.
Linux graphical bootsplash hooks into the fbcon layer and, if activated, searches the initial ramdisk for a JPEG picture to show.
On any output operations to the console, it takes care of painting a margin around your text and a background picture behind the text with a set of special cfb functions.
Here are some key features of "Linux graphical bootsplash":
Nice graphics (JPEG)
Antialiased text rendering (TrueType)
Display of boot messages above or below a graphic. ("verbose" and "silent" modes)
What's New in This Release:
This release is for Linux Kernel 2.6.15.
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