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matt breeze
FC2 boot logo (by JT jun.)

Icon Sub-Sets by jirityr 3 comments

Apparently it's coded into rhgb (RedHat Graphical Boot), and is set in "splash.c" by the following lines:

static GdkColor start_color = {0, 0xFFFF, 0xFFFF, 0xFFFF};
static GdkColor end_color = {0, 0x5c5c, 0x5c5c, 0x5c5c};;
static GdkColor background = {0, 0x4c4c, 0x4c4c, 0x4c4c};
static GdkColor highlight = {0, 0x5c5c, 0x5c5c, 0x5c5c};

I found this from the following link:
http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-list/2003-November/msg07121.html

I think this is still the same with the current version of rchb, but i havn't tried altering it so i cant say for sure.

M - Aug 05 2004
FC2 boot logo (by JT jun.)

Icon Sub-Sets by jirityr 3 comments

Apparently it's coded into rhgb (RedHat Graphical Boot), and is set in "splash.c" by the following lines:

static GdkColor start_color = {0, 0xFFFF, 0xFFFF, 0xFFFF};
static GdkColor end_color = {0, 0x5c5c, 0x5c5c, 0x5c5c};;
static GdkColor background = {0, 0x4c4c, 0x4c4c, 0x4c4c};
static GdkColor highlight = {0, 0x5c5c, 0x5c5c, 0x5c5c};

I found this from the following link:
http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-list/2003-November/msg07121.html

I think this is still the same with the current version of rchb, but i havn't tried altering it so i cant say for sure.

M - Aug 05 2004