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    Get rid of terminal background icon?


    newbie question. How do you get rid of the Mandriva icon in the background when using the terminal/command window?

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    not using Mandriva right now but i think you can change Settings -- schema.
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    will that work even if you start up mandriva (or any linux if it's a general setting) from mode 3 (purely terminal mode).

    thanks.

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    No. Mandriva uses splash image at boot up. check the contents of /boot/grub/menu.lst file. is there any 'splashimage' line in it? you can put '#' sign before that line to disable splash image at boot up.
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