__/ [ Nikolai Försterling ] on Monday 06 March 2006 13:45 \__
>> Would anyone know where this can be found? Meaning, the graphic that is
>> used as a background image for when the GRUB menu first comes up on boot.
> The background image is included in the cpio-archive in /boot/messages
>> I'd like to change the one that's used by default for another one.
> Extract the content to a directory, replace the image with a proper one of
> your choice (take care of dimensons, depth and size), repack it and copy
> back to /boot.
There is plenty of information on such tasks across the Web. I once read a
very detailed guide on GRUB customisation, but I failed to find the
reference. Here is something that came up after a quick search however:
You should be able to find better instruction sets nonetheless.
Hope it helps,
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