I want to display the CBoot logo display even when UBoot and Kernel are initialized

Hi.
I want to display the CBoot logo up to the front of the ubuntu login screen.
Is there any good way?
You probably need to modify the UBoot and Kernel source code.

I don’t quite understand what is the exact problem. What have you tried on your side? Update the cboot src but still see NV logo when ubuntu OS is up?

Normally, the screens will change in the following order from the time jetson is started until the ubuntu login screen is displayed.

1.startup logo(CBoot logo)
2.Black screen
3.Console screen
4.ubuntu login screen
5.NV logo

I want to display the startup logo (CBoot logo) until the ubuntu login screen is displayed.

You can try the plymouth which will add splash before ubuntu login screen.

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Plymouth

Hello, thank you for your answers.

You can try the plymouth which will add splash before ubuntu login screen.

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Plymouth

I tried the above " Running Plymouth “post-boot”" but the splash screen did not appear.

I found the following thread while searching.
Do I need to change the command line in nano as in this thread?

Sorry that we didn’t try plymouth for quite long times. I will let other users who have experience running it on rel-32 to share comments.

Hello.
I understand.
Sharing comments is helpful.

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