png2linuxlogo takes an 80x80 color-mapped (palette-based) PNG of 223 or fewer colors and converts it to a header file suitable for inclusion in the Linux kernel as the full-color boot logo. It does not modify the 16-color or black-and-white boot logos. This allows standard image editing tools such as the GIMP or XPaint to be used to create Linux boot logos. It works with 2.2 and 2.4 kernels.
|Tags||Utilities Boot multimedia Graphics Software Development Code Generators|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This version defines __HAVE_ARCH_LINUX_LOGO, which became necessary some time after kernel 2.4.14.