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Old 23rd June 2005, 02:03 AM
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FC4: Grub splash image not loaded.


I just installed FC4 and noticed that the Grub splash image is not displayed when it presents the menu of OSes to launch. The first thing I tried was reinstalled Grub but that didn't fix it. Then I opened up the splash pixmap to make sure it was ok and it was. So then I decided to load it by hand with Grub's command line which is where I found the root of the problem. When I did that Grub said "Error 4: Bad or incompatible header in compress file.". So I un-gzipped it and then gzipped it back up to see if it had been gzipped some weird way. Same error message from Grub. Any ideas or has anyone else noticed this? Thanks!

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