Change Ubuntu Logo to Another image on Panel
- Older versions of Ubuntu (before 5.10 Breezy Badger) came with the Gnome foot on the Applications menu. If you want you can change it follow these instructions as well:
Following these instructions, you can put any image you want in that space – just create or find an image that suits you, and follow the steps below to put it in place.
Copy image to your PC
All you need to do is right click on one image below, select Save image as.. to a location you can remember and have permission to.
From Command line
- Now all you have to do is run the following commands:
sudo mv gnome-logo-icon-transparent.png gnome-logo-icon-transparent.bak
sudo mv /[path]/[image].png ./gnome-logo-icon-transparent.png
replace [path] where you downloaded the image & [image] with the name of the icon.
You need to restart Gnome by logging out and back in, or typing sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart or via sudo killall gnome-panel
This also changes the icon of System->ABOUT GNOME