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Re: First Boot Question



Hi John,

On Wed, 2007-01-03 at 09:15 -0500, John Baer wrote:
> Diana and/or Mo,

(btw, Diana is out sick today)

> I noticed on the First Boot screen there is an icon to the left of the
> word "Welcome". Where does it come from?

I saw Nicu already replied but 

 1. As a rule of thumb most artwork for anaconda, firstboot and other
    things that is not part of the desktop session comes from either
    fedora-logos or redhat-artwork. It's not always true though. The
    easiest (and it's not easy at all) way at this point is to inspect
    the source code; e.g. download the source SRPM and go through the
    source.

 2. All artwork that carries Fedora specific branding needs to go into
    fedora-logos (so it's easy for derived distributions to change)

 3. 'rpm -qf' is your friend; example

      $ rpm -qf /usr/share/icons/Bluecurve/32x32/apps/camera.png 
      redhat-artwork-5.0.8-3.fc7

     will tell you what specific package an icon originates from.

Hope this helps.

       David



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