If you don’t like how your Grub boot menu looks, you can configure it according to your taste. Here is how you can easily change the Grub background.
When it comes to booting your Linux OS, there are the old and useful Grub and the newer and simpler systemd-boot. So which is better as a bootloader? Let’s find out.
If you’ve dual-booted Windows and Linux, you might notice that Grub always defaults to the first entry of the bootup list. Here’s how to set Grub to save the last selected entry.
Sometimes, when you install a new Linux distro in your PC and you didn’t set the boot flag correctly, you will often end up with a unbootable machine with a “File not found: Grub Rescue” boot error message. This happened to me while I were installing the Ubuntu 12.10. Here’s how you can fix it.
Ever since Ubuntu upgrades its bootloader to use Grub 2, there have been no easy way to customize the Grub screen. While you can still play around with the code and make changes to its appearance, it is no easy task for the beginner. If you are looking to beautify your boot screen, you will […]
Just about anyone who’s attempted dual booting or another non-standard boot setup has, at some point, made their own system unbootable. If the words “GRUB Error 2” or “No Valid System Disk Found” make you break into a cold sweat, then fear no more. Now you can include the Super Grub Disk in your geek […]
For those who are having a dual (triple or quad) boot system in your computer, chances are, your bootloader might break when you update one OS to a newer version. If you are using Ubuntu (with the new Grub 2 bootloader) and you installed Windows. The Windows bootloader will erase your Grub 2 and you […]
If you’re running Linux, there’s a good chance your distro of choice uses Grub as the default bootloader. Grub has served well for many years, but it’s beginning to show its age. As with all software, it doesn’t take long before the latest-and-greatest becomes old-and-haggard. Features have been piling up in Grub without much thought […]