I recently covered Logon Screen Changer which allow changing Window 7 Logon Screen. In this post I will tell you how to change the logon screen for Ubuntu. This method is applicable on any Ubuntu version which can run the Ubuntu Tweak, such as Ubuntu 11.10, Ubuntu 11.04, Ubuntu, 10.10 and Ubuntu 10.04.
To change the Ubuntu logon screen, first install the Ubuntu Tweak application. To download and install the Deb package Click Here. Just double click on the Deb file to install Ubuntu Tweak via the Ubuntu Software Center. Once installed, launch Ubuntu Tweak and go to Login Settings. From here, click on the Ubuntu icon and select an image to replace your default logon screen image. After the image is selected, log off to view your changes.
Note: Selected an SVG or PNG image and do not select another image until you are sure that you wish to replace it with your default logon image, as there is no OK or confirmation prompt when you change the image. The moment you select a picture it instantly replaces your default logon screen image. It is advised to backup your computer in case you wish to revert the changes. To check out a backup tool for Ubuntu Click Here.