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How To Set Your Desktop Wallpaper As The GDM and Plymouth Background In Ubuntu 10.04


Have you ever wanted to have a uniform background in your Desktop, GDM and Plymouth in Ubuntu? If yes then read on. In this article we will tell you how to easily do it in 5 minutes garantuo’s Global Wallpaper script. To set your Desktop wallpaper as the background, first download garantuo’s Global Wallpaper Script…

 Eyecandy   How-To   Linux  

By Ricky on July 4th
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Kubuntu Gets New Logo and New Fixed Plymouth Theme


Kubuntu Gets New Logo and New Fixed Plymouth Theme

Kubuntu finally has a New Logo and a New Fixed Plymouth Theme both of which look amazing.

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By Ricky on March 31st
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Kubuntu 10.04 Gets a New Plymouth Theme


Kubuntu 10.04 Gets a New Plymouth Theme

Canonical announced intoduced a new Ubuntu branding a couple of weeks ago and Ubuntu got an amazing new plymouth theme. Now it is time for Kubuntu to get its new plymouth theme. Like the Ubuntu branding, Kubuntu is getting a new baranding with new icons and stuffs like that. The branding is not yet complete,…

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By Ricky on March 28th
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Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx To Come With Plymouth


Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx To Come With Plymouth

Usplash which was used in Ubuntu 9.04 was replaced by Xsplash in Ubuntu 9.10 to provide a faster boot. Now, the Ubuntu team is replacing Xsplash with Plymouth. Plymouth is already in use Fedora. The reason for switching to plymouth is because xsplash was not able to provide a flicker free experience as expected.

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By Ricky on December 10th
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The definitive 'Plymouth' Guide for Fedora 10


The definitive 'Plymouth' Guide for Fedora 10

Plymouth is the new Graphical Boot system of Fedora 10 which replaces the old RHGB boot system. If you have already installed Fedora 10 and are able to see a blue-white bar at the bottom of your monitor/screen while Fedora 10 loads, then Plymouth is actually enabled on your system. You are unable to see…

 General   How-To   Linux  

By Debjit on February 3rd
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