Configure GRUB2 Boot Loader Settings In Ubuntu 16.04

Configure GRUB 2 Boot Loader Settings

6 Responses

  1. Nathan Hale says:

    “once you’ve made the necessay changes – ”

    What are the changes? hah.

  2. There is a easy to use GUI for that and its called Grub-Customizer.

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:danielrichter2007/grub-customizer

    sudo apt-get update

    sudo apt-get install grub-customizer

    Just as easy as that 😉

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

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