Hamza wrote:It's difficult to say No, but if that makes slower my Porteus, I'm finally against this idea. If I had understood, that will also detroyes some GPU drivers ?
bootsplash makes booting slower only by about 0.5 second. it does not destroy GPU drivers but rather a VESA framebuffer (used by bootsplash in text mode only) as KMS compatible drivers contains their own and better framebuffer implementation (native resolution, faster scrolling, immediate vt switching, etc...).
UrUtusUbU wrote:that's why it goes out when it changes the resolution? is when load udev.
yes - correct.
UrUtusUbU wrote:the only problem for me is the crc32 of initrd.xz when patch the bootsplash
i can remember that after attaching bootsplash to initrd.xz i was not able to unpack it anymore thus had to provide 'clean' version in porteus repo for those who wanted to attach their own bootsplash or just modify initrd content (another mark against bootsplash).
UrUtusUbU wrote:if i do other i must put it in "Community effort" section??? not in development??
'Development' section is for suggestions of features to be included in official ISO.
'Communitu effort' is for features which for some reasons were rejected/never accepted, but may be useful for some people (like ZEN patched kernel, 32bit kde4, etc...). some projects may start in 'Community section' and then get officially accepted - this happened to XFCE edition.
UrUtusUbU wrote:fanthom you can say me how you putting the bootsplash in slax-remix??
please check Q/A 12 from slax-remix FAQ: