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SubjectRe: Bootscreen
On Tue, Jan 28, 2003 at 12:55:29PM +0000, Alan Cox wrote:
> The real question is whether you want to do this in the kernel or simply at
> the moment the kernel flips to user space. An init can easily open vt2,
> draw a pretty boot screen with something like nanogui or bogl and then
> continue to spew the text to vt1 so anyone can see the text messages if
> need be.

An ATM here in delft showed

OS/2 booting

and all the BIOS stuff when I once caught it in the act of booting...


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