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@@ -2,6 +2,7 @@ The Linux bootsplash
====================
Date: November, 2017
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Author: Max Staudt <mstaudt@suse.de>
@@ -9,8 +10,7 @@ The Linux bootsplash is a graphical replacement for the '``quiet``' boot
option, typically showing a logo and a spinner animation as the system starts.
Currently, it is a part of the Framebuffer Console support, and can be found
-as ``CONFIG_BOOTSPLASH`` in the kernel configuration. This means that as long
-as it is enabled, it hijacks fbcon's output and draws a splash screen instead.
+as ``CONFIG_BOOTSPLASH`` in the kernel configuration. This means that as long as it is enabled, it hijacks fbcon's output and draws a splash screen instead.
Purely compiling in the bootsplash will not render it functional - to actually
render a splash, you will also need a splash theme file. See the example