Change the appearance of the Grub with Oxygen Grub2 Theme

Although personally I almost never change anything in the Grub, I liked this topic a lot, and if you are a user of KDEWell, you will like it much more than I do.

Unfortunately I couldn't get a Screenshot So you can see how it turned out, but I leave you the image that the author gives us. It was the same, but it has the logo of Debian. The result is beautiful 😀

Installation.

Basically all they have to do is go down this file. Once it is down we unzip it, and open a terminal where we put:

$ sudo /home/usuario/carpeta_del_fichero/Oxygen/install.sh

The Script will take care of the rest for us.

 


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  1.   Courage said

    Haha so good that yesterday I couldn't fuck you around here, right? haha I had to be a victim of cheap psychology haha.

    Mr. elav putting things with KDE style, I think you have to take a picture of him.

    Well, let's see if I wake up and install it

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      Man, the good must be recognized. I tell you more, I have nothing against KDE, it only has two things that I do not like:
      - Its high consumption.
      - Not everything is as simple as in Gnome.
      Outside of that, I have always said that it is the best and most complete GNU / Linux desktop.

  2.   mac_live said

    Pufff, I use fedora 16 my good ones, I have been seeing you for about 1 month, and today I am interested in modifying the grub and I see that it does not have a fedora icon to modify it, will there be another way? or will you leave my option without the icon?

    Grax and the blog is very good, all very well.

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      What icon do you get? Maybe modifying something can be achieved ...

  3.   KZKG ^ Gaara <° Linux said

    I will have to see how to install Grub2 in Arch, instead of Grub1 which is the one I think I have installed 😀

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      Damn I'm late, not even because you're Rolling mijito ..

  4.   Anibal said

    Does anyone know how to uninstall this theme? I don't like how it looks, besides that I notice it VERY slow to go down from one option to another

    1.    Break said

      I was going to leave the exact same comment.
      +1

    2.    Break said

      Good again. Well, "uninstall" not exactly, but I found that editing the text file / etc / default / grub there was a line that said "GRUB_THEME = / boot / grub / themes / Oxygen / theme.txt". I have commented it by putting a #, like this: "# GRUB_THEME = / boot / grub / themes / Oxygen / theme.txt"
      and that's it, that theme is deactivated.

      PS: You have to run update-grub or update-grub2 for the changes to take effect.

      1.    KZKG ^ Gaara <"Linux said

        Welcome to our site 😀
        Thanks for the tip 😉… elav He is the one who installed this, as soon as he does some tests, he will surely publish another article on how to uninstall it 🙂

        Thank you very much for everything.
        Greetings and we hope to continue reading here 🙂

      2.    Anibal said

        thanks ! finally I had done it with the grub customizer also an option that says the same, untick it and voila 😀