Animated LILO boot screen: xray-blue
This is the second animated boot screen that I created. It is
derived from xray-green with the
addition of a rotating fan that I created using the
plug-in. Instead of using a green gradient, I used the blue gradient
provided below. I also changed some minor details in the image and in
- Video mode: 640x480, 256 colors (VESA)
- progress bar (timeout)
- hard disk motor
- two flashing lights
- rotating fan
- License: GPL
xray-blue.boot.gz (181 KB)
This is the compiled boot screen, ready to be used by the version
of LILO included in SuSE Linux 7.3. This is the only file that you
need if you do not intend to modify the animations. It has been
compressed with gzip, so you need to gunzip it before installing it.
See the help page for installation
Files used for compiling the boot screen (using
xray-blue.config (17 KB)
The script that defines how the graphical menus are drawn and how the
animations are displayed. It requires the following PCX file and font
xray-blue.pcx (293 KB)
The 640x554 PCX image that is displayed on the screen and contains the
various elements of the animation.
fixed_10x20 (4 KB)
The font file (bitmap) used for displaying text in the menus.
Source files used for creating the image
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xray-gray-1600x900.xcf.gz (803 KB)
A 1600x900 grayscale XCF file containing all parts of the animation.
(the same file is also used by xray-green).
xray-blue.xcf.gz (796 KB)
A 640x554 color XCF file derived from the previous one. This file can
be flattened and converted to indexed mode to produce the PCX file.
X_Ray_blue (0.3 KB)
A GIMP gradient file to be used with the