Uses the framebuffer to provide a graphical bootsplash screen from
userspace during system boot and shutdown.
As well as a static image, the screen includes a progress bar and text
updated by commands received from
Causes usplash to switch to a new console (vt8) before displaying
the splash screen, rather than writing over the current one.
Put usplash into verbose mode where more messages will be shown.
Without this flag only urgent messages will be displayed.
Put usplash into pulsating mode immediately on start up.
By default, usplash starts with a empty progress bar.
Put usplash into the background after starting up.
Once the command FIFO for usplash_write has been opened,
record usplash's process id into the specified file, and
remove the file on exit.
Set the x-axis resolution to use for the splash screen to
Set the y-axis resolution to use for the splash screen to
Tell usplash it is being used while shutting down the computer. At the moment,
this adjusts the logo fading duration. By default, it is 0.5 seconds for fading
in, and 0.2 seconds for fading out.
reverses these times.
Let the logo pulsate the entire time. This is useful when not using a progress
bar, and booting takes a long time. This can also be started later on by
sending the PULSELOGO command through usplash_write.
for a list of the commands that can be sent.