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Install Plymouth Manager Ubuntu 11.04 “Natty Narwhal”

Plymouth Manager is an easy way to make many changes to your Plymouth screen. You can change the resolution, enable/disable plymouth at startup. Or you can change the Plymouth theme or create one yourself.



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To install Plymouth Manager open a Terminal window (press Alt+F2 and type: gnome-terminal) and copy+paste the following lines:

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mefrio-g/plymouthmanager
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install plymouth-manager

To start Plymouth manager press Alt+F2 and type: plymouth-manager

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6 Responses to Install Plymouth Manager Ubuntu 11.04 “Natty Narwhal”

  • avatar
    cody says:

    i tryed intstalling it worked but when i went to chose a theme and hit intall and apply theme it works when i shutdown but theres no boot screen its just black and i did hit the begin it does not do anything can you email me the code to unistall it

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      tinuz says:

      In a terminal window copy+paste the following line:
      sudo update-alternatives –config default.plymouth
      Then enter the number that is shown in front of the line that contains:
      ubuntu-logo.plymouth
      This should reset the plymouth theme to the default one.

      To uninstall plymouth manager type:
      sudo apt-get remove plymouth-manager
      Now reboot your system and the problem should be fixed

  • avatar
    Mick says:

    Hi Guy’s, I had the same as Cody i tried intstalling it worked but when i went to chose a theme and hit intall and apply theme it works when i shutdown but theres no boot screen its just black, can any-one explain why this happen and how can we fix this? as Plymouth does put a bit life into a start up

    • avatar
      tinuz says:

      You have to use those command lines when you install a plymouth theme using terminal commands…. i prefer to install them manually. Some applications don’t seem to use those commands.

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