How to use the Ubuntu Logo and the Menu Icon in Ubuntu 19.04


Today we are looking at how to use the Ubuntu icon as your app launcher in Ubuntu 19.04.  It is a rather easy process and you don't even need an internet connection for it, a person just copy/paste the command below into a terminal and then a person needs to reboot the system as seen in the videos.

The command basically uses an Ubuntu icon which is by default already on your system and then copies it to the place where your app menu is located (it stays in the existing location as well.)  Enjoy!


Command Used::
sudo cp /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme/Yaru/ubuntu-logo-icon.svg /usr/share/icons/Yaru/scalable/actions/view-app-grid-symbolic.svg

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  1. As a Ubuntu user i know it is difficult to upload the logo and menu icon. There are many tutorials on the internet but you explain in the good way. Logozila is also contributing to help the people .

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