[syslinux] Boot graphical display sequence

MONDON Daniel Daniel.MONDON at lpgtechnologies.com
Mon Oct 25 05:10:56 PDT 2010

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>Objet : Re: [syslinux] Boot graphical display sequence

>On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 12:28, MONDON Daniel
><Daniel.MONDON at lpgtechnologies.com> wrote:
>> Actually, I've got a 640x480 splash screen.
>> It is displayed a few second (no syslinux message as I want), then a
>> grey screen and after, a black screen with an underscore blinking on the
>> top left corner.

>Have you tried having the option "quiet" in the command line yet?  It
>sounds like you probably have.  I believe that if
>menu.c32/vesamenu.c32 sees "quiet" in the command line, it shouldn't
>change anything and it's up to your kernel.  I just tested it and most
>of the output was suppressed until my kernel touched the video system
>to reinitialize it.  I should have seen over 100 lines of output
>before that point.

> Am I right if I suppose it is impossible to suppress both grey screen
> and cursor blinking before the Plymouth theme image?
> I will test the 1280x1024 Splash Screen soon :)
> Thanks,
> Daniel.


I've got the quiet option in the command line.
Actualy, and for 640x480 splash screen, I don't use any menu or vesamenu command.
I will test soon the 1280x1024 resolution with vesamenu.c32.


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