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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2.4.x] Yet Another Boot Logo
On Tue, Oct 03, 2000 at 09:49:50PM -0400, Jason McMullan wrote:
> When you boot into the logo-enabled kernel, the
> logo will be automatically centered on your framebuffer,
> and you will have 2 lines of kernel/init status at the bottom
> of your screen. Like the std. ``penguin'' logo, your custom

IMHO, 2 lines are not enough. It should be costumizable setting.
(If you're crazy enough :) you can use settings to set X,Y offset and
X,Y size of window for "text", and you can get illusion to boot in
a window of logo has border around the used window ;-)
And a question: will memory used by Linux logo be freed after hiding it ?

- Gabor
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