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SPLASHY-CONFIG.XML(5)					 Splashy POSIX boot splash system				     SPLASHY-CONFIG.XML(5)

Splashy - a user-mode, POSIX and LSB compliant, boot splashing system for UNIX. SYNOPSIS
/etc/splashy/config.xml - Splashy's configuration file DESCRIPTION
/etc/splashy/config.xml sets splashy's behaviour during boot, shutdown inter-runlevel and error. It is an XML file where all values are enclosed in tags A tag is anything enclosed between < and >. An opening tag has the form "<tag>" while a closing tag has its name preceded with a backslash () character as in "< ag>" Tags can be considered as folders. Each tag either contains tags or contains a value The value of the final tag affects in the field defined by its parents tags The following tag folders are supported: <splashy> This tag is mandatory. It contains all splashy's configuration values, listed below. The following values are supported: <themes> Absolute path to the directory containing the installed splashy themes. Default: /etc/splashy/themes <current_theme> Name of the theme to use. It must be the name of a directory in <themes>'s value's directory. Default: default <default_theme> Full path to a theme to fall back to if the theme specified in <current_theme>'s value can't be found. Default: /etc/splashy/themes/default <pid> Full path to the PID file splashy will use to store its PID so that other processes can know if it is running. Default: /var/run/ Comments can be introduced by enclsing them between <!-- and -->. Blank lines are also ignored EXAMPLES
The following is a complete and valid splashy configuration file: <splashy> <!-- themes directory: conventional path /etc/splashy/themes --> <themes>/etc/splashy/themes</themes> <!-- current theme could be relative the themes defined above or full path --> <current_theme>default</current_theme> <!-- full path to theme to fall back in case of problems. DO NOT CHANGE --> <default_theme>/etc/splashy/themes/default</default_theme> <!-- this defaults should be ok --> <pid>/var/run/</pid> </splashy> NOTES
Values are refered by their tag name prefixed with all of its parent tag's names. For example: "/splashy/pid" FILES
/etc/splashy/config.xml Main configuration. Defines how splashy should be setup /etc/splashy/themes/ Location where splashy themes are stored SEE ALSO
splashy(1), splashy_config(1), splashy_config(1), splashy-theme.xml(5) AUTHORS
Jacobo Vilella <> perl v5.12.1 2010-07-05 SPLASHY-CONFIG.XML(5)

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SPLASHY_UPDATE(1)					 Splashy POSIX boot splash system					 SPLASHY_UPDATE(1)

Splashy - a user-mode, POSIX and LSB compliant, boot splashing system for UNIX. SYNOPSIS
splashy_update "<text>" DESCRIPTION
Splashy displays an image and a progress bar at boot time. splashy_update is used to send commands to the running Splashy daemon. See "COMMANDS" below to know which commands Splashy understands. OPTIONS
text Sends text to Splashy socket. COMMANDS
chroot <string> <string> is a valid path to which Splashy will be chroot'd. chvt <number> Switch to vt <number>. clear Clears the text box area. CLEAR Same as "clrprint". For compatibility with usplash. exit Exits Splashy server. getstring <string> Makes splashy prompt for a string. The first argument will be the prompt displayed. getpass <string> Same as getstring except that the characters typed will no be shown, like in a password box. progress <number> Updates the progress bar to <number>%, where N is a number between 0 and 100. PROGRESS <number> Same as "progress". For compatibility with usplash. print <string> Print <string> in the text box. scroll <string> Print <string> in the text box and scroll down. repaint Redraw the background image. TEXT <string> Same as "print". For compatibility with usplash. SCROLL <string> Same as "scroll". timeout <number> Sets the amount of seconds splashy waits for new commands. If that time is exceeded, it exits. QUIT Same as "exit". For compatibility with usplash. RETURN CODES
1 cannot open the socket 2 cannot write to socket 3 invalid args 255 /etc/splashy does not exist FILES
/etc/splashy/config.xml Main configuration. defines how splashy should be setup. SEE ALSO
splashy(1), splashy_config(1), splashy-config.xml(5), splashy-theme.xml(5) AUTHORS
Andrew Williams <> Luis Mondesi <> perl v5.12.1 2010-07-05 SPLASHY_UPDATE(1)
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