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    How to install and use Grub Customizer in Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS

    How to install and use Grub Customizer in Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS 

    This tool is for those who wanted to play around the GRUB bootloader setting, but wanted to do so in a controlled way, they can find this GUI tool interesting. With the help of this tool we can do following things:
    1.  Customize boot menu entries.
    2. Boot menu management.
    3. Change the Background Image.
    4. Edit the Kernel parameters.
    5. Change the default boot entry.

    Grub Customizer Home Page /List Configuration.

    It will list all the kernel available in the system.
    GRUB customizer

    General Settings:

    In this page you need to choose the Kernel you want to boot from the drop-down menu. You can add boot delay if you want in the visibility section. You can add Kernel Parameters in the last section.

    GRUB Customizer

    Appearance Setting:

    You can choose theme and background image in this page.
    GRUB Customizer

    After all these changes are done, Please do not forget to save the settings. Now reboot your machine to experience the  changes.

    Install GRUB Customizer

    Now the question is how to install the GRUB Customizer. Lets see how to do that.
    Run all these commands as ROOT or SUDO.
    1. First add the repository.
    add-apt-repository ppa:danielrichter2007/grub-customizer
    2. Then refresh the package list.
    apt-get update
    3. Now install the tool.
    apt-get install grub-customizer

    How to uninstall the Grub Customizer?

    apt-get remove --autoremove grub-customizer

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