FedoraVizta

Plymouth Themes

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A plymouth theme script based on Vizta
http://brej.org/blog/?p=238

Required:
plymouth-plugin-script

To install:
-extract the tarball
-copy the directory 'FedoraVizta' in /usr/share/plymouth/themes/
- plymouth-set-default-theme FedoraVizta
- plymouth-update-initrd

Koapa

10 years ago

Hi. On my notebook is this theme with a black stripe on the right size.
Is it because of resolution?

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cauch

10 years ago

Hi,

sorry for the delay.
Unfortunately, I can not test on such resolution.
It's probably a problem of resolution of the background picture (splash.png), that maybe you can resize.
Maybe it's also possible to play with the position or the scale inside the script (lines 7 -> 12 in FedoraVizta.script)

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Schiwi

10 years ago

Maybe you can make a plymouth like this with Tux instead too?

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cauch

10 years ago

Hi,

Thanks (and sorry for the terrible delay).
Changing the logo is really easy, it's just a matter of changing the logo.png picture.
(It's in fact mainly the only thing I've done, the real great work has been realized by http://brej.org/blog/?p=238 )

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Plymouth

Plymouth is a bootsplash for Linux supporting animations using Direct Rendering Manager and KMS driver. It gets packed into the initrd. Besides eye-candy, Plymouth also handles user interaction during boot. Wikipedia

Installation instructions:

  1. copy YOURTHEME folder to usr/share/plymouth/themes/YOURTHEME

  2. run in terminal:

sudo plymouth-set-default-theme YOURTHEME -R