Some of you might already wonder why the latest kernel shows some new errors about missing a file for bootsplash. Max Staudt is currently working on a new way to display a bootsplash within the kernel like Windows or MacOS does.
Support for DraCut and SystemD is already done. So the integration with that should be just fine. Plymouth on the other hand uses a lot of basis packages which is deeply integrated in a special way, mostly even odd. This we will do much better.
However one of the last issues we may have is encryption. For displaying the password we use
/dev/fb0. Does somebody know a nice application which may showcase a nice screen for that device node? Else we are already feature complete
Current howto …