playing a tune at startup
keith at wessel.com
Fri Apr 3 16:48:57 EDT 2015
I'm finally on grub2 and was eager to dive in and make myself a catchy
little tune! Sadly, your script gives me a 404. Where did it go???
From: Speakup [mailto:speakup-bounces at linux-speakup.org] On Behalf Of John
Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2014 1:38 PM
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Subject: playing a tune at startup
I've written what i think is a handy little utility for testing and
experimenting with grub init tunes. To use it, you can do one of three
1. Just run the script. In this case, it will read /etc/default/grub and
play the current GRUB_INIT_TUNE.
2.Set the GRUB_INIT_TUNE environmental variable to a tune. In this case,
it will play your tune. This allows you to try out different tunes.
3. Use one of the tunes I've created. Do this by editing the script and
uncommenting the line for the tune you want to try. There are several
tunes listed at the top of the script.
The script plays the GRUB_INIT_TUNE and then echos it to the console.
To save a tune, just redirect the output to your grub default file,:
# grub-init-tune >> /etc/default/grub
To download the script, point a browser here:
# wget http://www.iavit.org/~john/grub-init-tune
# chmod 07555 grub-init-tune
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