June 3, 2010 · General · Email This Post

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Make the grub look nice than before.This package is compatible with Ubuntu 9.10 (karmic) and also Ubuntu 10.04 (lucid) LTS.
Download grub2 splash image .deb package from here

Install this package by double clicking on it or by using the following command from your terminal

sudo dpkg -i packagename

If you are running 64-bit version run the following command

sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture filename.deb

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9 Comments to “Grub2 Splash Images for Ubuntu 10.04/9.10”

  1. Houge_Ubuntu says:

    I like the second one…

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  2. jordanwb says:

    I agree, it’s nice.

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  3. Victor says:

    Looks awesome! Will we be getting this in Maverick? :O

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  4. Inoe says:

    COOL! It will be sooo good! d(^_^)b

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  5. cookiemonster says:

    Why would we want this? What happens if the picture file gets corrupted? This is like putting graphical backgrounds and animations in the BIOS menu.

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  6. Victor says:

    Because it looks nicer! Hopefully it would come with options for people who don’t feel comfortable with it.

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  7. znupii says:

    it works. i forgot sudo update-grub
    :-)

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  8. Bob-El says:

    Looks good. But how does one get rid of it if one tires of looking at it and longs for the old, boring look of no splash?

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  9. Golesy says:

    This is nice, seeing as whenever i see white text on a black screen it usually means i’ve royally destroyed my system!

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