How to Change the booting logo and splash screen on wandboar

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How to Change the booting logo and splash screen on wandboar

Postby bhargavi » Thu Mar 15, 2018 9:08 am

Hi,
Im working on Linux(ubuntu).I builded the image on wandboard-quad by using yocto(dizzy branch).I want to display my logo on wandboard-quad using yocto framework ,after power-on the board i need to display mylogo.I want to change boot logo.For displaying logo what changes has to be do in yocto and what contents has to be add?

Thanks and regards
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Re: How to Change the booting logo and splash screen on wand

Postby LuisJenkins » Sat Sep 01, 2018 7:04 pm

bhargavi wrote:Hi,
Im working on Linux(ubuntu).I builded the image on wandboard-quad by using yocto(dizzy branch).I want to display my logo on wandboard-quad using yocto framework ,after power-on the board i need to take phenq from phenq-avis.com display mylogo.I want to change boot logo.For displaying logo what changes has to be do in yocto and what contents has to be add?

Thanks and regards
Bhargavi.K




Well, your logo is white background (that means you add your own logo image or you removed the logo image), anyway you need to do the following below steps.

Change The Boot Logo.

1. convert any *.* format image to *.png format

2. convert *.png format image to pnm or ppm format( you need to check which format is there in your source code),

3. copy the *.ppm image file to where your original source image is there and replace the name with original one.

4. Compile the your uImage or zImage thats it,



For Changing the the Splash Screen.

you need to follow the below steps.

1. convert any *.* format image to *.png format

2. convert the *.png format to *.h format file and copy this file to original source code,

3. bitbake "your-image-name" thats it. New image is created copy and run the image.

i hope this info is help full to you,
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