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ffmpeg can show any image format fullscreen : ffmpeg -i image.ext -s $(< /sys/class/graphics/fb0/virtual_size tr , x) \ -vcodec rawvideo -f image2 -pix_fmt bgra -y /dev/fb0 &>/dev/null && read
Do you mean that you will be cloning them with something like VMware? As a finishing touch on your STIG'd prototype VM, remove the lines HWADDR and UUID from any of the ifcfg-* files in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/. Shut down the prototype VM. Clone the VM, but do not automatically start the new VM. Turn off the network adapters of the new VM. Start ...
You don't need to do any sort of sysprep equivalent prior to cloning, but you do need to change the hostname and IP address of each machine after cloning. You may need to make other changes to software you have installed, but as far as the OS is concerned, just change the IP and hostname and you're good to go. Having said that, and not knowing your specific ...
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