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last night i had some update I think that that was the cause i didn't check
what updates and now when I boot I got a DEBIAN BOOTLOGO???
and i have a Ubuntu 11.10 amd64? i also installed gnome-shell.
everything works fine but still its strange
my question is what is the cause, and is it a bug (do I need to file a bug report)
and how to fixit

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How did you install gnome-shell? –  dadexix86 Mar 25 '12 at 18:59
    
via ubuntu-software-center i deleted gnome-shell with software-center but my boot-logo is still a debian boot-logo??? –  blade19899 Mar 26 '12 at 8:39
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I think that the problem might be the package desktop-base, which installs some plymouth themes and other things. Anyway, you don't need to use gnome-shell, as it is a dependency only of the package gnome. –  dadexix86 Mar 26 '12 at 11:41
    
thanks i removed the desktop-base rebooted and now i got back my ubuntu boot-logo :) –  blade19899 Mar 26 '12 at 14:05

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I put this in an answer, so you can accept it.

The problem it with the package desktop-base, which installs some plymouth themes and other things.

You don't need it to use gnome-shell, as it is a dependency only of the package gnome, so you can remove it safely and the logo will be back as usual.

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