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How to increse boot splash screen duration?

My Plymouth boot splash screen screen only shows up for a fraction of a second. How can I increase its duration? I tried adding a dummy system service that was supposed to delay boot splash ...
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Plymouth bootsplash starting too late

I've set up a Plymouth bootsplash inside an initramfs on Raspbian buster. (It's using something similar but not identical to the raspi-config RO overlay.) But I've noticed that there's a ...
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Effect of `nosplash` in /boot/cmdline.txt

I am trying to understand the effect of nosplash in the kernel commandline parameters. This is currently undocumented, but I'm basically obtaining a different behavior depending if its presence or not....
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Run a script before blank screen on shutdown/reboot

I am trying to get my raspberry pi 3 (running Raspbian 10) to show an animation on boot and before shutdown/reboot. using Plymouth I managed to get the boot animation, however, it doesn't display ...
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console text written over plymouth splash screen

I have two RPi3s with Raspbian Stretch - one with RS Full and one with RS Lite. I have enabled autologin and our custom plymouth splash screen with "splash quiet" in /boot/cmdline.txt. Now I want to ...
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Booting directly into app: remove console prompt

I try to quietly boot into a qt app on a raspberry 3 running raspian stretch. In my /boot/cmdline.txt I have dwc_otg.lpm_enable=0 console=serial0,115200 console=tty3 root=PARTUUID=02e50ed3-02 ...
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Cannot get fbi or Plymouth to work with Jessie Lite on a Raspberry Pi 3

I am using an OctoPi Jessie Lite image and need either a Plymouth boot screen or just an image on boot screen instead of text logs. I installed Plymouth using: sudo apt-get install plymouth plymouth-...
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Restoring TTY cursor after boot splash

I'm using Plymouth boot splash on Raspbian Lite with great success, using this guide. By adding vt.global_cursor_default=0 in /boot/cmdline.txt it hides the blinking cursor during the boot sequence. ...
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Get black screen in middle of boot squence using plymouth

I'm using Plymouth to have a splash screen on my Raspberry Pi 3 with Raspbian (Stretch) and up to the middle of sequence, the screen background becomes black and just updates are shown. The boot ...
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Playmouth ignores the current theme

On startup Plymouth 0.9.2, on Raspbian Stretch, always shows the "text" theme (three square dots) regardless the current theme settings. In fact I have: $ plymouth-set-default-theme mark1 $ cat /...
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