Re: Is the boot logo politically correct?

Perry Harrington (
Sun, 26 Jul 1998 21:13:57 -0700 (PDT)

> On Sun, 26 Jul 1998, Alan Cox wrote:
> > It doesn't matter what logo you pick there will be someone strange an weird
> > enough to take offence. Can I suggest anyone who wants to censor the poor
> > penguin reads Farenheit 451 first.
> I do agree, and I like the default logo. It's pretty cute. However, as an
> strong individualist, I'd love to customise my Linux kernel.. hence my
> comments. :o)
> I'll see if I can have a word with Geert for the specs of the logo and
> whether we can have lilo pass an option to the kernel to load the logo of
> choice. That should keep the individualists happy. Hell, I'll even create
> my own drug abusing logos :o)

Oh, for cryin' out loud, somebody make it a /proc entry, or a real dev device.
you write a pbm to the device and it replaces the logo!

> Cheers,
> Alex

Perry Harrington       Linux rules all OSes.    APSoft      ()
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