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Old 07-18-2002, 11:01 AM   #1
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splash screen during boot?


After i ve made my selection in the boot menu, id like to have a nice image (eg. a beatiful maiden ) behind all the verbose booting messages (perhaps with no messages at all?).

There is a description in the sdb of suse, but how is this done on a redhat machine? If its to be done within the bootloader, i work with
lilo. But since the description of suse modifies the initial ramdisk (at least i think it does, because you have to call mkinitrd), i doubt that its the bootloader...

Thankful for any help,
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