GRUB Themes arch grub grub-theme grub2 ubuntu

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

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Description:

A pack of Grub themes for each Linux distribution.

Supported distributions:
- Arch Linux
- Debian
- ElementaryOS
- Fedora
- Linux Mint
- Manjaro
- openSUSE
- Pop! OS
- Solus
- Ubuntu
- Ventoy

The easiest way to install Grub theme is Grub Customizer.
Visit Github repository for preview of all themes and installation manual.
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xeo23

9 days ago

10 10 the best
Best minimal theme i have seen so far.
but i think it can be better,
something like if the distro banner on the top changes on selection of same distro.
Please can you do something like this.

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linuxoed9

23 days ago

10 10 the best

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caue

1 month ago

10 10 the best

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josephponte

3 months ago

8 Buen trabajo!!!

Pero para una resolución de 1366x768 las letras aparecen muy distorcionadas.

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product-maker xeo23 Jun 06 2021 10 the best
10 the best Best minimal theme i have seen so far. but i think it can be better, something like if the distro banner on the top changes on selection of same distro. Please can you do something like this.
product-maker linuxoed9 May 23 2021 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker caue May 11 2021 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker josephponte Feb 26 2021 8 great
Buen trabajo!!! Pero para una resolución de 1366x768 las letras aparecen muy distorcionadas.
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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