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Does any one know how to remove "Built with SUSEStudio" logo which is used in the bootsplash, ,login Background, in the LIVE CD/DVD which built by SUSEStudio?

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Don't build it with SUSEStudio? – Ramhound Jan 20 '12 at 18:40

Download the ISO to your machine and then extract the contents and locate the following folder /boot/animation directory.

Replace the images to your liking then rebuild the ISO and make sure that its BOOTABLE then you are good to go.

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When you are building, if you are building in gnome, delete the software "yast2-branding-openSUSE" on the software tab and it should remove it.

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what does Gnome have to do with this it? – lzam Sep 21 '14 at 19:35

Simply search branding in the software part of whats installed. And remove it, there you go no more branding. Its mostly labeled something like branding-openSuSE or something like that.

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Can you clarify exactly how to accomplish this? – fixer1234 Mar 5 '15 at 4:32

Login to SuseStudio, go to software in searchbox type branding and remove all packages installed. Thas shall get rid of them! Have Fun!

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