Originally Posted by medvedev
are you talking about the shut-down or the stand-by picture?
When you shut down the boox there is normaly no picture only if you enter the stand-by mode.
If you want an shut-down picture you can take any picture and name it shutdown.png. Then you put it in /usr/share/gui_shell/images
The stand-by pictures shoult ber named screen_saver0.png, screen_saver1.png and so on.
They should be put in \usr\share\system_manager\images
Sure, my FW has a nice Firefly picture as shutdown picture, is what I see when the device is turned off. My question is more about the OTFM than anything, you think it's safe to use it for this kind of stuff? Again, I've read somewhere that OTFM corrupts the data sometimes. I don't know what would happen if it corrupts the shutdown.png, I guess probably nothing too bad but I dont want to risk corrupting the firmware just for a pic.
PS: Forgive my english, I 'ham' no native.