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Is greenposion boot logo a boot logo or a program that loads after boot that simulates a boot logo.

And if it is a program can you tell me where the image is so i can make it custom.

asked 06 Feb '11, 14:39

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I dont want to delete it i want to change it.

I know but is there an image like a png that i can replace and have a truely custom boot logo.

And does it mod the boot process.


answered 06 Feb '11, 14:45

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edited 06 Feb '11, 14:47

You can't currently change it, you can only remove it. It's currently being worked on though so that users can make their own, you'll need to wait for this to happen though.

Also, it doesn't modify the boot process as it's not truly a "boot logo" it's more of a "startup logo"


answered 06 Feb '11, 14:48

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edited 06 Feb '11, 14:48

That was just a cut and paste that i found on the internet that shows where the file was located. Just trying to help


answered 06 Feb '11, 14:51

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Okay, as people have said, the file is located in /usr/bin/animate

It is compiled as an executable, but I was able to scan the file for contents, and it appears to contain an HTML file that loads a series of 10 .png files.

Here is a mediafire link to the contents of the file:

It should be trivial to replace those PNG's with other files, but replacing them in the compiled executable will be difficult. We should wait for the chronic dev team to release an update to do this for us.


answered 06 Feb '11, 15:04

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edited 06 Feb '11, 15:08


It's a file that gets loaded. The image should be in /usr/bin named ANIMATE.


answered 06 Feb '11, 14:40

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This is something i found online that may be helpful to you. i havent tested it

Ok if you would like to delete the GreenPois0n animated apple logo then you will need to ssh in to your device you can use WinSCP for (Windows) Cyberduck for (Mac) and iFile from your idevice step 1) back space three times 2) click on usr folder 3) click on bin folder now delete the file named animate Reboot :")


answered 06 Feb '11, 14:43

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