Our official Ubuntu image will display 3 logos during system boot:
- U-Boot logo
- Kernel logo
- Ubuntu logo
The U-Boot logo is located at
The image format is BMP with a resolution of
500x500px, and bit-depth of
You can use Terminal to check the default logo image format:
$ file /usr/share/fenix/logo/logo.bmp
Changing the default logo:
You can replace the default logo with your own BMP image.
If you have built the image with Fenix, you can replace the file
archives/logo/bmp/logo.bmpto change the logo.
- Use the
netpbmtool to convert png images to ppm images.
$ pngtopnm linux_logo.png > linux_logo.pnm
Put the converted ppm file into the
drivers/video/logo/directory of the kernel, and replace the
Re-compile the kernel, and the logo will be replaced with a new picture.
The Ubuntu logo file is located at
/usr/share/fenix/logo/logo.png, replace the .png file to change the Ubuntu boot logo.
If you’ve built the image with Fenix, replace the file
archives/logo/png/logo.pngto change the logo.