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    Ubuntu bootsplash theme

    Now, I'll not go into how to get bootsplash working, it's not trivial, and there is debian howto (http://www.desktop-linux.net/bootsplash.htm).
    If you liked bootsplash theme from LiveCD, I've recreated it so you can use it.
    Here is screenshot of silent mode:


    Get it here:
    http://damas.on.neobee.net/teme/ubuntu-bootsplash.tgz

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    Re: Ubuntu bootsplash theme

    cool, have u tried with linier gradient color ? , i think it will be better thand the circular gradient.
    would u attach ubuntu 3d logo that i have made . it is illustrator file but if you wold i will send the transparent png file
    I not want to be the best, but i want is to be better
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    Re: Ubuntu bootsplash theme

    I just wanted to recreate bootsplash theme from LiveCD, 'cause it matches default GDM theme.
    Maybe now I'll look into adding mng animations and text.

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    Re: Ubuntu bootsplash theme

    cool
    I not want to be the best, but i want is to be better
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    Re: Ubuntu bootsplash theme

    Very nice!!! I would love to see this included by default in Hoary. A text based boot seems just so... ancient, especially for what is meant to be a modern desktop distribution. Very nice work!

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    Re: Ubuntu bootsplash theme

    Is there any way this could be made in to a .deb package? That would be cool.

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    Re: Ubuntu bootsplash theme

    Quote Originally Posted by charleyramm
    Is there any way this could be made in to a .deb package? That would be cool.
    There is already debs on that link I've posted. But it's not that simple. You need patched kernel first, then bootsplash utils installed after that.
    Now, it would be nice to have precompiled kernel with bootsplash patch.. but for that maybe it would be wise to wait for official usplash release.

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    Re: Ubuntu bootsplash theme

    Quote Originally Posted by Nikola
    There is already debs on that link I've posted. But it's not that simple. You need patched kernel first, then bootsplash utils installed after that.
    Now, it would be nice to have precompiled kernel with bootsplash patch.. but for that maybe it would be wise to wait for official usplash release.
    wget http://www.bootsplash.de/files/debia...1.4-3_i386.deb

    or just click

    http://www.bootsplash.de/files/debia...1.4-3_i386.deb

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    Re: Ubuntu bootsplash theme

    I didn't find any deb-Packages with the bootsplash-theme, the posted Link contains only a tarball. So to use it with the beauty of apt, I created a deb myself. It's the original theme from the Tarball above, plus support for 1280x1024. You can get it using the following line for your /etc/apt/sources.list:

    deb http://stigge.org/martin/debian/bootsplash/ ./

    Using deb-src instead of deb you can also obtain the source from there. The package itself is located at: http://stigge.org/martin/debian/boot...0.2-1_i386.deb

    Martin

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    Re: Ubuntu bootsplash theme

    verbose mode is much better
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