Changing Plymouth Bootsplash

Changing Plymouth Bootsplash

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Changing Plymouth Bootsplash
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<h4>Changing Standard Plymouth</h4> To change the standard Plymouth theme open a terminal and run the command: <pre class="code">sudo update-alternatives --config default.plymouth</pre> You will see an output similar to (but not exactly like) this: <pre class="code">sudo update-alternatives --config default.plymouth There are 3 choices for the alternative default.plymouth (providing /lib/plymouth/themes/default.plymouth). Selection Path Priority Status ------------------------------------------------------------ 0 /lib/plymouth/themes/kubuntu-logo/kubuntu-logo.plymouth 150 auto mode 1 /lib/plymouth/themes/bodhi-text/bodhi-text.plymouth 10 manual mode * 2 /lib/plymouth/themes/bodhi-theme/bodhi-theme.plymouth 10 manual mode 3 /lib/plymouth/themes/kubuntu-logo/kubuntu-logo.plymouth 150 manual mode Press enter to keep the current choice[*], or type selection number:</pre> Select the number of the theme you would like to change to and then press the <strong>enter</strong> key. Then run the command: <pre class="code">sudo update-initramfs -u</pre> <strong>Changing Text Plymouth</strong> You can change the fallback/text plymouth splash by following the same process detailed above with the name <strong>text.plymouth</strong> instead of <strong>default.plymouth</strong>
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