Grau GRUB Theme
GRUB Themes
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Description:

A minimalistic GRUB theme with red and grey as its main colors. To install, just run the install.sh script with root privileges in a terminal and you'll be asked a few questions.

Enjoy! :)

If you have any further questions, first check the README, and feel free to ask me here.

To install:
1. Extract the tar.gz file by double clicking on it
2. Click extract in your archive manager.
3. Extract the "Grau" folder to your Downloads folder.
4. Open a terminal
5. Type the following commands
cd Downloads/Grau
chmod +x install.sh
sudo ./install.sh

5. Answer the series of questions, and the theme will install.

joseigles95

4 months ago

The link is outworking

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SuperRoboWizard

1 year ago

I made a blue version using GIMP's colorizer. Check it out here: http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=67748824016883157997

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LegendaryBibo

1 year ago

I get an error when trying to open the zip file.

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SuperRoboWizard

1 year ago

Hmmm... Worked for me. Try this one (.tar): http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=25571480267201797730

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NotSoNewBie

1 year ago

I simply did a Hue:-150 shift on all images containing red. Looks pretty good.

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NotSoNewBie

2 years ago

1. I have made an icon for Zorin OS, which is tested to work (Zorin.png or zorin.png, I don't know which one) It is derived from an official logo from http://www.zorin-os.com/ and the Grau included icons.
Here it is: https://imgur.com/qzJqLhr
It could use some tweaking, but it works for me.

2. A suggestion for customization: Add a "selected option" color picker to the install script (e.g. ask the user for hex value) This is optional, as it didn't take me too long to modify in GIMP.

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smitroadergirl

2 years ago

I followed your instructions, but I can't seem to get it to work. In terminal this keeps coming up.

Would you like to set this as your new theme? [(y)es (n)o] y
Generating grub configuration file ...
Found theme: /boot/grub/themes/Grau/theme.txt
Found linux image: /boot/vmlinuz-3.16.0-38-generic
Found initrd image: /boot/initrd.img-3.16.0-38-generic
Found memtest86+ image: /boot/memtest86+.elf
Found memtest86+ image: /boot/memtest86+.bin
No volume groups found
Found Windows Vista (loader) on /dev/sda2

Any idea what's going on? This seems to happen with every theme that I try.

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leoheck

2 years ago

Hi, I loved your theme. Is it possible to update the windows logo for the new one? Is it possible to add the elementary OS too?

Windows logo: http://www.andrewkeir.com/wp-content/uploads/windows-8-logo-excerpt.jpg

Elementary OS logo: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elementary_OS#/media/File:Elementary_logo.svg

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labaxp

2 years ago

Hi,
While the Ubuntu icon is displaying correctly, the windows icon is empty.
Any idea?

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nj679

3 years ago

Hi,
I followed the instructions, I installed it on a PC with Fedora 20 and a resolution of 1920x1080.

It works, but when I select an OS I got a black text box with error message "Error: requested to scale to a size w/ a zero dimension", then the selected OS is started without problems.

Any Idea?

Thanks

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agnomelookuser

2 years ago

First of all to get it working on fedora I had to comment the line
#GRUB_TERMINAL_OUTPUT="console"
in /etc/default/grub

Then to fix that message, I deleted
progress_highlight_w.png
and
progress_highlight_e.png
in /boot/grub2/themes/Grau/

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chavaone

4 years ago

The Fedora icon doesn't work. The icon file name is Fedora when it should be fedora ;)

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LegendaryBibo

4 years ago

Thanks, I updated it. I think I had it capitalized because some version of Fedora look for "Fedora.png" and others look for "fedora.png". I had the same issue with Arch.

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LegendaryBibo

4 years ago

Thanks, I updated it. I think I had it capitalized because some version of Fedora look for "Fedora.png" and others look for "fedora.png". I had the same issue with Arch.

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bahram

4 years ago

i installed it,dose not appear on boot!

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LegendaryBibo

4 years ago

Odd, what distro are you using? If you open up /etc/default/grub and scroll to the bottom is there a line for GRUB_THEME?

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bahram

4 years ago

i found my mistake. its works great. thanks a lot.

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LegendaryBibo

4 years ago

Great! What was the mistake though? That way I can make a note of it for other users.

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bahram

4 years ago

i before set resolution "640x480" , but next time i set it "1366x768" and it works fine.( im sorry for my english)

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