Sleek GrubBootloader themes [That greets you with your name] Original

GRUB Themes bigsur bootloader grub grub-theme grub2

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://github.com/sandesh236/sleek--themes

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Description:

Here i present you the "Sleek Grub-Bootloader Themes", Minimal , Modern looking and beautiful themes for your grub bootloader with different color options light, orange, bigSur and ....... yeah of Course 'Dark theme' . What if you can personalize your grub bootloader, What if grub bootloader greets you with " Hello [Your name] " . Yup , you have an option to display your name in bootloader which you can enable during the time of installation...

All Four themes have an option of displaying name.

Installation: Installation is easy ,
extract the themes / execute install.sh script included with it as super user ( sudo ./install.sh )

I hope you like these themes and keep using it forever but if you want to uninstall it:
uninstall: execute uninstall.sh script included with it as super user ( sudo ./uninstall.sh )


BigSur background:https://512pixels.net/
os icons: tela bootloader themes
source code:https://github.com/sandesh236/sleek--themes
Last changelog:

Changelogs and updates: 3 months ago

1:added bigSur wallpaper
2: added parrot os icon
3: fixed typos (preferred and install)
5:removed items backgrounds

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linuxoed9

2 months ago

10 10 the best

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vysair

2 months ago

1. Replace THEME_DIR="/usr/share/grub/themes" with THEME_DIR="/boot/grub/themes"
*to replace the command above, double click the install.sh and then click Display which allow you to text edit the file
2. Open terminal inside the sleek folder
3. sudo ./install.sh

Wherever that sleek folder is in, it doesn't matter. For me, I just place it in download.

I'm on Mint Cinnamon 20 (4.6.6) AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Dual Boot

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vysair

2 months ago

I find it that step 1 is not required

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askdanielsmith

2 months ago

10 Would like to make it work on my PC )

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askdanielsmith

2 months ago

Here is my file that doesn't work:

GRUB_DEFAULT=0
GRUB_TIMEOUT_STYLE=menu
GRUB_TIMEOUT=10
GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR=`lsb_release -i -s 2> /dev/null || echo Debian`
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash btusb reset=1 enable_autosuspend=0"
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX=""

GRUB_GFXMODE=1920x1080

GRUB_THEME="/boot/grub/themes/sleek/theme.txt"

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happyhipster

2 months ago

9 9 excellent

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leeginger

3 months ago

Installed the theme but nothing seems to happen on my dual-boot, am I missing something here?

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leeginger

3 months ago

there seems to be only one entry in /boot/grub/themes if that helps - and when I run sudo update-grub, it seems to always point back to this entry

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leeginger

3 months ago

Installed the theme but nothing seems to happen on my dual-boot, am I missing something here?

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sandesh

3 months ago

It seems grub themes should reside in /boot/grub/themes directory. Open the install.sh script with any text editor and change the 3rd line from THEME_DIR="/usr/share/grub/themes" to THEME_DIR="/boot/grub/themes" . and try re-executing it. I hope this may solve the issue.

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jaycool

3 months ago

10 10 the best, though how does it work? because when I reboot it doesn't show anything but the login screen.

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sazid

3 months ago

You may have to change your grub settings.
sudo nano /etc/default/grub
Replace "GRUB_TIMEOUT_STYLE=hidden" with "GRUB_TIMEOUT_STYLE=menu"
sudo update-grub

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sandesh

3 months ago

Do you have multi boot? If you have single operating system, it directly boots to it. You can create delay to list the os if you want.

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teraskull

3 months ago

5 5 average Why would you copy my BigSur theme? Very original.

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sandesh

3 months ago

nope i haven't copied yours ...... yeah i was inspired from you. but i just changed the background of my orange theme and removed the item background see your background image and mine image is different.... The background image is downloaded from google and customized in figma. Compare my orange theme and bigSur theme, only difference is background and font-color.

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ntapeksiwale

3 months ago

10 10 the best

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huntantr

3 months ago

8 Looks great!
The only thing I noticed is the transition between options is not smooth. If you are able to fix that it would look even better.

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bounaj

3 months ago

I'm using the orange one. It's awesome and a million thanks for this great work.

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sandesh

3 months ago

i am happy you like it...

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keyle

4 months ago

10 Nice work! Dark and Light look like Samsung One UI, and this theme applied perfect on my Samsung Notebook 5 NT550EBZ-AD1A. Can I make Korean Version?

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sandesh

3 months ago

i am happy you like it... yup , you can

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pkrn

4 months ago

8 Nice theme! But it doesn't look that good on my 2560x1440 monitor.. font is super small and other ui elements are huge. Can you please make a 2k res version too?

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sandesh

3 months ago

oops i am sorry, i will surely create 2k and 4k varients ....

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PowderLinux

4 months ago

10 Nice work!

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dima1911

4 months ago

10 10 the best

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Changelogs and updates: 3 months ago

1:added bigSur wallpaper
2: added parrot os icon
3: fixed typos (preferred and install)
5:removed items backgrounds

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product-maker linuxoed9 Dec 27 2020 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker askdanielsmith Dec 24 2020 10 the best
Would like to make it work on my PC )
product-maker happyhipster Dec 08 2020 9 excellent
9 excellent
product-maker jaycool Nov 19 2020 10 the best
10 the best, though how does it work? because when I reboot it doesn't show anything but the login screen.
product-maker teraskull Nov 19 2020 5 average
5 average Why would you copy my BigSur theme? Very original.
product-maker ntapeksiwale Nov 15 2020 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker huntantr Nov 13 2020 8 great
Looks great! The only thing I noticed is the transition between options is not smooth. If you are able to fix that it would look even better.
product-maker keyle Nov 01 2020 10 the best
Nice work! Dark and Light look like Samsung One UI, and this theme applied perfect on my Samsung Notebook 5 NT550EBZ-AD1A. Can I make Korean Version?
product-maker pkrn Oct 29 2020 8 great
Nice theme! But it doesn't look that good on my 2560x1440 monitor.. font is super small and other ui elements are huge. Can you please make a 2k res version too?
product-maker PowderLinux Oct 25 2020 10 the best
Nice work!
product-maker dima1911 Oct 15 2020 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker kokostech Sep 27 2020 10 the best
It's the best Grub theme I've seen here!
product-maker junbin Sep 24 2020 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker nollie8969 Sep 20 2020 8 great
I installed dark version, but fonts are different. It's looks like Courier instead of yours. Any clue ?
product-maker papercut Sep 20 2020 10 the best
Looks really neat, I love it!
product-maker imtiaz007 Sep 18 2020 9 excellent
Thank you for the beautiful theme
product-maker twix2007 Aug 27 2020 10 the best
Works great, no hassle. Looks great! 10/10 would recommend.
product-maker birsabir Aug 23 2020 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker sagar258 Aug 23 2020 10 the best
10 the best
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GRUB

How to install a grub theme:

  1. Extract the theme to /boot/grub/themes/

  2. Edit /etc/default/grub file. Find the line starting with "#GRUB_THEME" and change it to "GRUB_THEME=/boot/grub/themes/[THEME_FOLDER]/[theme.txt]" (replace [THEME_FOLDER] ; [theme.txt] is probably OK ; remove "[]" brackets)

  3. Run sudo update-grub

See also: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Unified_Bootloader