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#1 2021-02-23 14:48:52

Kamey
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how to get back the penguins, tux on boot?

Hi i was wondering how do i get back those penguins on boot like in old times?
I'm running on arch linux 5.11 linux-ck
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#2 2021-02-23 14:55:40

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Re: how to get back the penguins, tux on boot?

I think you'll have to compile your own kernel with CONFIG_LOGO set to "y".

empty@archie ~ % zgrep -i logo /proc/config.gz 
# CONFIG_LOGO is not set
empty@archie ~ %

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#3 2021-02-23 15:18:45

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Re: how to get back the penguins, tux on boot?

But, IIRC, it won't work with early KMS.  If you have Intel graphics, you want early KMS.


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#4 2021-02-23 15:22:00

Kamey
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Re: how to get back the penguins, tux on boot?

Okay it's building we will see if that works, when it finishes.


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#5 2021-02-24 01:52:20

Kamey
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Re: how to get back the penguins, tux on boot?

ok i built it with CONFIG_LOGO=y and installed but i don't see tux on boot


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#6 2021-02-24 03:02:05

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Re: how to get back the penguins, tux on boot?

ewaller wrote:

But, IIRC, it won't work with early KMS.

Also, are you sure you installed the recompiled kernel on the boot drive?  Did you change the name of the kernel?


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