Package Details: mkinitcpio-archlogo 0.3.1-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/mkinitcpio-archlogo.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: mkinitcpio-archlogo
Description: Add colored Arch Linux ASCII art logo to early boot process
Upstream URL: https://github.com/eworm-de/mkinitcpio-archlogo
Licenses: GPL
Submitter: eworm
Maintainer: eworm
Last Packager: eworm
Votes: 28
Popularity: 0.022689
First Submitted: 2011-11-04 22:15 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2022-12-07 23:35 (UTC)

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zoorat commented on 2023-11-15 07:49 (UTC)

added this cool package to https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/ASCII_art :)

swyter commented on 2023-04-30 18:54 (UTC)

You can fix the missing PGP key from the author by doing gpg --recv-keys BD84DE71F493DF6814B0167254EDC91609BC9183 to download it from the default keyserver and to «register» it into your system. Hope that helps.

cmonty14 commented on 2023-04-16 09:39 (UTC) (edited on 2023-04-16 09:41 (UTC) by cmonty14)

Installation on a fresh Arch Linux fails with PGP key import:

:: PGP keys need importing:
 -> BD84DE71F493DF6814B0167254EDC91609BC9183, required by: mkinitcpio-archlogo
:: Import? [Y/n] 
:: Importing keys with gpg...
gpg: keyserver receive failed: Server indicated a failure
 -> problem importing keys

Please advise how to fix this issue.

rany commented on 2020-11-10 21:38 (UTC)

Copied verbatim from https://github.com/rhysperry111/mkinitcpio-archlogo/tree/patch-1#post-installation-instructions

Post-installation instructions

After installing this package you will need to edit your /etc/mkinitcpio.conf file in order to get the logo to show on boot. In your mkinitcpio.conf file you will have a line that will look like the following (it may have a few differences): HOOKS=(base udev autodetect modconf block filesystems keyboard fsck)

You will need to add archlogo to somewhere in this list. e.g. HOOKS=(base udev archlogo autodetect modconf block filesystems keyboard fsck)

After doing this you will need to rebuild your initial ramdisk. This can be done by running (as root user): mkinitcpio -p linux

NOTE: linux is the name of the kernel. You may need to change this if you are using a custom kernel

simona commented on 2018-12-14 21:06 (UTC)

i install package and manually add hook after systemd hook?

eworm commented on 2018-06-16 20:41 (UTC)

With maintainers key you reference the key for official package signing? The key is used for that exclusively.

joe1984 commented on 2018-06-16 17:39 (UTC)

I'm confused. The key in the PKGBUILD doesn't match the maintainers key, as far as I can see.

siliconmeadow commented on 2018-06-06 17:23 (UTC)

I don't know if this is a problem specific to me, but when I did today's update, the installation failed due to a pgp key check failure (sorry I've lost the terminal output).

I manually added the key from the PKGBUILD (the details matched @eworm's details) and then it installed with no errors.

eworm commented on 2014-08-24 10:58 (UTC)

This should work with systemd and script based initramfs, no? What issues do you see with non-systemd-initramfs?

msx commented on 2014-08-24 09:37 (UTC)

So sad it requires the systemd hook as at this time it still breaks resume hook -- for resuming from hibernation. Thanks anyways, I still use it on my desktop box :)