How To Configure GRUB2 Boot Loader Settings In Ubuntu

Configure GRUB 2 Boot Loader Settings

5 Responses

  1. BobDodds says:

    grub-customizer wants un-installable packages as pre-requisite.

    I don’t have any problem editing a text file, /etc/default/grub, and this info was just what I needed to save default, load saved.

    • Jim says:

      I have grub-customizer installed on my Ubuntu Mate 18.04. You can also use a PPA to install it. As for un-installable packages that can happen with any package due to dependencies that haven’t been updated for the version of the OS you are running. Usually when that happens eventually the packages are updated, so try again before you do an upgrade.

  2. Neil says:

    I tried to use “nano” without success. It took a couple of tries for me to discover that the cursor doesn’t blink. Eventually I discovered that by moving the cursor over the value I wanted to change highlighted it to the end of the line. I was trying to change a zero to a four. I wound up with three fours at the beginning of the file. After fruitless searching I used “gedit” which worked as expected. I saved my file, did the update and tested it. All was well.

  3. Ketim says:

    I like the background image. Can you share it?

  4. sk says:

    I deleted that image. My apologies.

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