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Author Topic: Boot splash  (Read 960 times)


  • Vectorite
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Boot splash
« on: December 06, 2009, 08:15:21 am »

I'm running 6.0 standard and I like the high boot splash but when I boot with text mode I get a diffrent one. Its a blue screen with the logo on the bottom right  but is still shows all the readouts like it would in the standard boot splash. Is there a way to make the text boot slash the one that is used all the time. 

Also on my laptop I'm running 6.0 clasic and it dosnt use a diffrent boot splash in text mode. Is there a way to have my laptop run the same text boot splash.


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  • Vectorian
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Re: Boot splash
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2009, 12:00:29 pm »

To set bootsplashes, open a terminal run vliloconf as root. (you can also get to this through VASM) You will then be able to select which bootsplashes you want to use.
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