The Linux Progress Patch is a kernel patch which displays a full-screen logo with a progress bar and some informational text while booting. It hides the normal startup messages printed by the kernel, and is meant for people that don't care about complicated and possibly confusing boot messages.
|Tags||Operating System Kernels Linux|
|Operating Systems||POSIX IRIX|
Release Notes: This release adds a fixed linux 2.4.20 patch and a newer fblogo version to the package, and also changes some of the tree structure.
Release Notes: This release is a pre-patched version of Linux 2.4.20.
Release Notes: This version has been merged with the latest stable kernel.
Release Notes: This release adds some themes.
Release Notes: This release fixes the patch to apply to kernel 2.4.2 without symlinking, and a scaling problem with progress bar.