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SimplyLine - Plymouth theme

  

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SimplyLine - Plymouth theme
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Downloads:  9703
Submitted:  Jun 7 2010
Updated:  Jun 9 2010

Description:

SimplyLine plymouth theme for Linux Mint > = 9 & Ubuntu > = 10.04 by Spox5

Resolution: EVERYONE

Tested on Linux Mint 9

If You looking Usplash SimplyLine please go to http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/SimplyLine+for+Karmic+%26+Jaunty+%26Intrepid?content=95555




FIX - If You doesn't work read next text:

1) choose "simply-line"
Quote:
sudo update-alternatives --config default.plymouth

2) Quote:
sudo update-initramfs -u


Reboot and you should see a boot plymouth SimplyLine.




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 does not work

 
 by ubuntico on: Jun 8 2010
 
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to me on Lucid...


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 Re: does not work

 
 by Spox5 on: Jun 8 2010
 
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Try to use the patch in the description.


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 Re: Re: does not work

 
 by ubuntico on: Jun 8 2010
 
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The problem is not with your theme, the problem is with the Lucid distribution. Neither Usplash or Xplash works on Ubuntu 10.04


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 How I configure...

 
 by stribianese91 on: Jun 9 2010
 
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How I can modify the durate of progress bar?
Actually, the bar disappear when the signal is in the half of the progress bar...

I must modify /lib/plymouth/themes/simply_line/script.script?


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 Re: How I configure...

 
 by Spox5 on: Jun 9 2010
 
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Yes, You must edit file script.script.
If I find time, I help You.


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 Re: Re: How I configure...

 
 by stribianese91 on: Jun 9 2010
 
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Ok, thanks :)


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 Re: Re: Re: How I configure...

 
 by Spox5 on: Jun 9 2010
 
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Should be added in 109 line * 2 or another number. I do not know how to make it actually boot from the progress of the modules, so far only that solution.

progress_bar.image = progress_bar.original_image.Scale(progress_bar.original_image.GetWidth(progress_bar.original_image) * progress * 2, progress_bar.original_image.GetHeight())


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: How I configure...

 
 by stribianese91 on: Jun 9 2010
 
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Wow, I've modified script.script file, so I launch sudo update-initramfs -u and now it's perfect!
Good work ;)


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 Thanks... but I have a problem !

 
 by ptitnono888 on: Dec 19 2011
 
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Thanks a lot, I did the changement in script.script because the progress bar was too slow ans now it works very well.

But on startup the progress bar stop a few seconds and then grow up to the right of the screen. Can you help me ?

Thanks ! (is it JavaScript ? maybe you can simplify it...)


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 Broken link?

 
 by UnderworldDemon666 on: Jun 12 2012
 
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Is the link broken?


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 Re: Broken link?

 
 by CruelAngel on: Jun 23 2012
 
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seems so... sadly.


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 Re: Broken link?

 
 by CruelAngel on: Jun 23 2012
 
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but I found a precompiled deb that works http://lokir.org/me/ubuntu/plymouth-theme-simply-line-script_0.8.2-2-1mint3_all.deb


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