Provided by: splashy_0.3.13-5ubuntu1_i386 bug

NAME

       Splashy - a user-mode, POSIX and LSB compliant, boot splashing system
       for UNIX.

SYNOPSIS

       splashy { boot | shutdown | test | preview }

       splashy_chvt { TTY_NUMBER }

DESCRIPTION

       Splashy displays an image and a progress bar at boot time. When called
       as splashy_chvt, it allows the same functionality as the UNIX command
       chvt.

OPTIONS

       boot    Does boot sequence. See EXAMPLES.

       shutdown
               Does shutdown sequence. See EXAMPLES.

       test, preview
               Use to test splashy without having to reboot the system. this
               shows a progressbar continuously moving as well as the current
               image for the currently selected theme.  See EXAMPLES.

EXAMPLES

       "/sbin/splashy test"

       Used to test splashy. Useful for testing new themes.

       "/sbin/splashy boot"

       Used when booting your system. This is run automatically by a initrc
       script during boot.

       "/sbin/splashy shutdown"

       Similar in spirit to boot, but run during shutdown. This is run
       automatically by a initrc script during shutdown.

FILES

       /etc/splashy/config.xml
               Main configuration. defines how splashy should be setup.

       /etc/splashy/themes/default/config.xml
               Default theme. defines how the images displayed by splashy
               should be setup, their location and other theme-related
               variables.

NOTES

       To use splashy as chvt, make a symbolic link from splashy’s location to
       a new path. i.e.: cd /sbin; ln -s splashy splashy_chvt

SEE ALSO

       splashy_config(1), splashy_update(1), splashy-config.xml(5),
       splashy-theme.xml(5)

AUTHORS

       Luis Mondesi <lemsx1@gmail.com>