Edited by sghazagh at Wed Oct 14, 2015 14:00 |
As I could finally change the boot logo, here are the steps you should follow for successfully changing the Boot Logo:
1- Make an 24bit BMP file not bigger than your screen size.
2- Make it horizontally and vertically mirrored (Don't know why it should be up side down!)
3- Name of the BMP file should be "boot_log.bmp" (attention to 'log' and not 'logo')
3- If you made it in Windows, transfer it to Linux machine and use "gzip" command to compress it.
4- Name of the .gz file should be "boot_logo.bmp.gz" (attention to 'logo' and not 'log' this time)
5- Place it onthe 'misc' partition of eMMC. (Not SD, in fact SD does not need this file at all. You can remove it from your SD vfat partition as all yhe provided images have this file listed as well.)
6- Restart and you should see the new logo
- mv boot_log.bmp.gz /media/lemaker/misc/boot_logo.bmp.gz
LeMaker Team: Here is an example of an answer that we are looking for when we ask a question. Not a two words, unclear reply!!!