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Ubuntu :: Reset Boot And Login Screen?


i installed macbuntu a few months ago which changed the bootup screen and also the login screen. i have tried uninstalling macbuntu but i still have the macbuntu boot screen and login screen. i wish to reset these to the default screens but cant find out how.


View 1 Replies (Posted: July 9th, 2011)

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