[CentOS] Changing the centos name on boot

Tue Nov 3 04:52:15 UTC 2015
Ramaseshan S <ramaseshan at fractalio.com>

I have changed most of the things, the grub, issues. Since I run a minimal,
I dont really have a gnome login screen, all text based (no GUI). The only
place I am not able to trace is the booting time screen. Please do see an
attached screenshot in this mail

On Tue, Nov 3, 2015 at 10:17 AM, John R Pierce <pierce at hogranch.com> wrote:

> On 11/2/2015 8:35 PM, Ramaseshan S wrote:
>> I am kinda getting a tweaked distrubution with CentOS, So this is kinda
>> rebranding. I am not trying to change the hostname, trying to change the
>> System OS name in the on boot screen.
>> I have changed the grub configuration file and it reflects in the Boot OS
>> selection screen, login screen. But only in the on boot screen does it not
>> reflect. My search led me to something called plymouth, and the text (tri
>> colour) theme is loaded. Trying to still meddle with it. But with no luck.
> there are various bitmap image files used for the boot screen, the gnome
> login screen, and so forth.   to change the branding, you'd need to
> recreate all these.
> --
> john r pierce, recycling bits in santa cruz
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