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Change boot and kernel logo

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I am working with imx6 dual lite system board. I could configure and compile a kernel image succesfully.
Now I need to change the kernel logo that it shows when kernel is starting, It is a DIGI logo.
I have reading a lot about this toppic but Ii was not possible to me do It.
I know that the logo is stored in kernel sources directory, speciffically in ccimx6sbc/kernel-sources/drivers/video/logo, the logo that is loaded is logo_custom_224.ppm, I tried to replace this file with my own logo but I have somer issues. When compile the kernel, tke kernel sources are downloaded from git repository so the logo that I want to load is erased.
I need a little help, someone that It could do this.
asked Aug 28, 2019 in Linux by emmanuel_perea New to the Community (38 points)

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are you following instructions here?

In that case, your changes to the kernel should not be overwritten.
answered Aug 28, 2019 by LeonidM Veteran of the Digi Community (4,490 points)
selected Aug 29, 2019 by emmanuel_perea
Yes, that works. Thank you very much.