Plymouth Themes animated animations editable ubuntu vortex

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://github.com/emanuele-scarsella/vortex-ubuntu-plymouth-theme

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Description:

A simple editable splash screen inspired by the Atom Editor website with a futuristic design and a elegant progress bar.
The theme has animations that makes the stripes rotate at different speeds giving a vortex effect.
You can easily change the background color to whatever you please following the instruction inside the README.txt file.
For the installation there is a useful shell script that dose everything automatically and other two scripts allow you to test it and eventually easily remove it.
Give it a try, weight nothing and is easy to install ;-)

INSTALLATION

1) Open a terminal inside the "vortex-ubuntu" folder (right-click on the folder end select "open in terminal)

2) make the "install" file executable by running the following command:

sudo chmod +x install

4) run the "install" file with the following command:

sudo ./install

For more instructions see the "README" file or go to the GitHub page ( https://www.github.com/emanuele-scarsella/vortex-ubuntu-plymouth-theme )


NOTE: IT DOSE NOT SUPPORT ENCRYPTED PARTITIONS. SUPPORT FOR THIS IS UNDER DEVELOPMENT


P.S. remember to rate and leave a comment, any feedback is precious and really welcome <3
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henriqueffc

18 days ago

10 10 the best

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e-s-coder

18 days ago

Thank you,
I'm glad you liked it :-)

Please consider to also "star" the project on github ( https://github.com/emanuele-scarsella/vortex-ubuntu-plymouth-theme )

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rupa

1 month ago

5 Looks really nice but sadly doesn't support encrypted /-partitions. :(

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e-s-coder

1 month ago

Hi Rupa, sorry for this...
I'll try to implement it and if I succeeded I will tell you so you too can enjoy this theme ;-)

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killerbean37124

1 month ago

10 how to install it , pls help

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e-s-coder

1 month ago

Hi killerbean3712, I am here to help you :-)

To install it you just need to execute the "install" file.
If you are on Ubuntu this can be done completely through the GUI in this way:

1) Right-click on the "install" file and go to properties > permission end here check the "Allow executing file as program".

2) Right-click on the "vortex-ubuntu" folder and select "open in terminal"

3) type on the terminal:
sudo ./install
end press "enter", then insert your user
password and press "enter" again



If you want instructions for doing it completely from the terminal you can find this inside the "REASME" file.

If it gives you any error tell me what you get and I will help you :-)

Let me know if you succeeded in the installation ;-)

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linuxoed9

2 months ago

10 10 the best

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e-s-coder

2 months ago

Thanks you for the feedback, I'm glad you liked it :-)

P.S. consider starring or reviewing this project on GitHub as well if you like ( https://www.github.com/emanuele-scarsella/vortex-ubuntu-plymouth-theme )

<3

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biltar

2 months ago

Hello
This one looks so cool!

I've already download the file but having a tiny bit of difficulty running it.

Would there be any solution to the following problem?

I get the error message saying

W: plymouth module (/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/plymouth//.so) missing, skipping that theme.

I checked out that file manually in the current file but haven't found a thing called module

By the way, I'm running Lubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla
TIA

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e-s-coder

2 months ago

hi biltar, I am sorry for the inconvenience but here I am to help you solving this problem.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PROBLEM

It seems that your problem is due to a bug in some plymouth package that causes a module called "script.so" to be missing from /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/plymouth/ and from /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/plymouth/ as well... you could try putting this file in those folders manually (I can provide you the file if needed) but that might not work and bring other problems.
A safer and simpler solution seems to be installing "plymouth-themes" package.

RECOMMANDED SOLUTION:

1) install "plymouth-themes" package with this command:

sudo apt install plymouth-themes

2) retry the installation


Let me know if it solves your problem and not hesitate to ask me for further help :-)

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14kaitou

2 months ago

10 10 the best looks good, haven't tested it yet but looks cool great job

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e-s-coder

2 months ago

Thank you,
Let me know if there is any problem or if you need any kind of help : )

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starsailor

2 months ago

I hate black kde neon splash screen.when my pc opening my soul is darkling.how can I remove Kde neon splash screen ?

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e-s-coder

2 months ago

hi starsalior, if you are talking about the booting splash screen (the one shown when you turn on your computer) then you can change it by:

A) installing another splash screen theme like the one you can download here with an installer script bundled together.

B) installing another splash screen theme through apt command (if you don't know how ask me)

C) installing another splash screen theme manually (again you can ask me how if that's your choice)

D) if instead you wont to boot with a completely black screen you can remove the splash screen by editing /etc/default/grub changing the line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" in GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet" so that your computer should boot with a completely black screen.

fell free to ask for more information : )

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e-s-coder

2 months ago

sorry, I forgot to say that with method "D)" after editing /etc/default/grub you have to open the terminal and run

sudo update-grub

command... sorry : (

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product-maker henriqueffc Feb 09 2021 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker rupa Jan 10 2021 5 average
Looks really nice but sadly doesn't support encrypted /-partitions. :(
product-maker killerbean37124 Jan 06 2021 10 the best
how to install it , pls help
product-maker linuxoed9 Dec 25 2020 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker 14kaitou Dec 22 2020 10 the best
10 the best looks good, haven't tested it yet but looks cool great job
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Plymouth

Plymouth is a bootsplash for Linux supporting animations using Direct Rendering Manager and KMS driver. It gets packed into the initrd. Besides eye-candy, Plymouth also handles user interaction during boot. Wikipedia

Installation instructions:

  1. copy YOURTHEME folder to usr/share/plymouth/themes/YOURTHEME

  2. run in terminal:

sudo plymouth-set-default-theme YOURTHEME -R