Plymouth Condres OS

Configuration plymouth

Ability Plymouth 

Plymouth primarily uses KMS (Kernel Mode Setting) to display graphics. If you can't use KMS (e.g. because you are using a proprietary driver) you will need to use framebuffer instead. In EFI/UEFI systems, plymouth can utilize the EFI framebuffer, otherwise Uvesafb is recommended as it can function with widescreen resolutions. If you have neither KMS nor a framebuffer, Plymouth will fall back to text-mode.

pacman -Syu 
pacman -S plymouth plymouth-theme-condres 
plymouth-set-default-theme condres

Add Plymouth to hooks array in mkinitcpio.conf. It must be added, after udev autodetect to make it work.

nano /etc/mkinitcpio.conf

Add Plymouth to hooks array:

HOOKS="base udev plymouth autodetect ..."

Rebuilding the kernel image:

mkinitcpio -p linux

Grub now needs to work with the Plymouth configuration:

nano /etc/default/grub
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash resume=UUID=xxxxxxx"
grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg

Finally, the Plymouth demon must be "killed" at the end of the boot process. This can be done with a rc.local command:

nano /etc/rc.local
/bin/plymouth quit --retain-splash

Change the systemd service for graphical login

systemctl disable gdm
 systemctl enable gdm-plymouth.service 
systemctl disable sddm 
systemctl enable sddm-plymouth.service 
systemctl disable lightdm 
systemctl enable lightdm-plymouth.service 
reboot and enjoy plymouth Condres OS


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