Boot menu theme for Linux Mint. (GRUB2 theme)
One size fits all.
This theme can fit different screen resolutions. We call this Responsive Design. But there are no sophisticated Responsive Design features on Grub 2. So i just made wise use of relative plus absolute unit combinations to get a design that is flexible enough...
This is an original creation. Grub theme making was learned here: http://wiki.rosalab.ru/en/index.php/Grub2_theme_tutorial
All the text remains unchanged, so if your Grub menu is currently displayed in your home language it will be kept that way. Except for the 5 words in the help menu on the bottom-left of the screen: "select", "boot", etc.
A New Logo
I created a new version of the Linux Mint logo. I proposed it to the team and the community. I do not know if it will become official one day, but I could not wait and I integrated it everywhere: here on this Grub theme and this menu icon, and on a Plymouth theme that completes this set. The Plymouth theme is the animated splash screen that appears right after this Grub theme. This Plymouth theme is available as a separate product in the "Plymouth Themes" section of this website, here: https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1279093/.
You have the choice between automatic or manual installation:
- Click on Files tab. There, click on Grub2-theme-Sunshine-LinuxMint-v2.zip to download.
- Open this zip. There, select the Grub2-theme-Sunshine-LinuxMint-v2 folder. Extract (unzip) this folder.
- In this newly extracted folder, double-click on INSTALLER to Run in Terminal.
... OR MANUAL INSTALLATION
If you prefer to do a manual installation, you can find instructions for this, along with a complete description, in the README.pdf file. This file is included in the ZIP download or as a separate download. Just click on Files tab...
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Note: This is just a theme. It only adds some graphic design to your Grub screen. This Grub screen will be displayed if you have a dual-boot or multi-boot installation.
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