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Dual screen for plymouth with NVIDIA drivers

If I set plymouth to work with drivers the NVIDIA splash screen only appears on one monitor. While if I set it up with the nouveau driver appears on both monitors. Does anyone know how to configure ...
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Debian: plymouth for plugin video card

I'm running Debian 6.0.7 I installed Plymouth so I can have a splash screen show instead of the GRUB system calls. When I'm connected to the integrated video card via the VGA port, then I can see the ...
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Debian: plymouth splash screen does not change

on my Debian box, I have installed Plymouth for a splash screen. I have tried updating the theme but everytime I use the commands: /usr/sbin/plymouth-set-default-theme myTHEME and then try to ...
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splash.ppm in initrd or how to hide the init output in Knoppix

Where should I put splash.ppm picture file in initrd to make it usable with knoppix splash cheat code? I can't find much information about the question. I only read the description of cheat code: ...
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How to change the Linux Mint Nadia splash screen?

I was wondering if it is possible for me to change the splash screen when Linux Mint is loading? I am talking about the logo of mint which appears when you start the computer. If so what kind of file ...
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Plymouth keeps quitting

I'm setting up a customised single-purpose Linux image. It's based on OpenSUSE, and it uses Plymouth to display some nice graphics during startup and shutdown. The trouble is, for reasons beyond my ...
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Graphics on boot like the backtrack linux or the Gentoo live DVD after you press alt+F1 on boot

Would like to find a good tutorial on how to make a boot splash similar to the one on backtrack {3,4,5}. It has all of the terminal text that you would see on a normal boot up but it has a nice ...