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Breeze GRUB2 theme

   0.3.1  

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Downloads:  4872
Submitted:  Aug 29 2015
Updated:  Oct 2 2015

Description:

A minimalistic GRUB theme inspired by Breeze, the default style for Plasma 5 / KDE Frameworks.

# Installation
Copy the "breeze" folder to the themes directory in /boot. If you don't know how to do it, just run the included "install.sh" script as root.




Changelog:

0.3.1
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  • Semi-transparent background on selected items

  • 0.3
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  • New logos added: CentOS, Deepin, DragonFly BSD, KaOS, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Ubuntu Mate, Zorin OS
  • Terminus font

  • 0.2
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  • Various changes in the progress bar
  • Added installer

  • 0.1
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     The best (and only) Breeze GRUB theme

     
     by TheBlueGhost on: Aug 30 2015
     
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    The theme is quite rough around the edges, but it's already decent and I am looking forward to seeing how it develops!


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     Works fine in openSUSE

     
     by boenis on: Aug 30 2015
     
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    In openSUSE you should use the following installation folders:

    Extract the TAR file and move/copy the breeze folder to /boot/grub2/themes/.
    Then edit /etc/default/grub:

    GRUB_THEME=/boot/grub2/themes/breeze/theme.txt

    Re-generate grub.cfg to apply the changes:

    # grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg


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     Re: Works fine in openSUSE

     
     by gustawho on: Sep 4 2015
     
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    Thank your for the advice! I made a mini-script to automatize the installation.


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     Re: Works fine in openSUSE

     
     by rmrcbm on: Sep 27 2015
     
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    Another way in OpenSUSE, maybe less "dangerous" or even fault tolerant, is:
    - Extract the TAR file and move/copy the breeze folder to /boot/grub2/themes/.
    - Launch "Yast" and then "Bootloader"
    - Select "Kernel parameters" and then in "Console theme" you should click in "Browse". Yo can locate the folder "Breeze" and the file "theme.txt" or change the text to "/boot/grub2/themes/breeze/theme.txt"
    - Click "Accept" button and all is done

    ;)


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     Nice

     
     by vaxxipooh on: Sep 4 2015
     
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    Did this work if i have Nvidia drivers ?


    I am Vaxxipooh and I am totally committed to the festive mode.




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     Re: Nice

     
     by gustawho on: Sep 5 2015
     
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    There shouldn't be any problem.


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     Suggestions from Jens (VDG) at Randa

     
     by valoriez on: Sep 9 2015
     
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    Hello, we were discussing using your Breeze grub2 theme for Kubuntu at the Randa sprint.
    * https://goo.gl/photos/pmqot138pQCNJmvv7 - Jens of the VDG says it would be more breeze like that
    * also solid color background from breeze color swath
    * probably papergrey
    * it should not fill the entire screen widthwise
    * if there are more than 4 distros they should be positioned in a grid i.e. no scrollybars
    * the elements should scale down the more stuff is there

    Please write directly to Jens and/or the VDG. They can use your talent! jens@ohyran.se https://forum.kde.org/viewforum.php?f=285


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     Instalation in Manjaro (Arch Linux)

     
     by limathebest on: Sep 21 2015
     
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    Extract the TAR file
    tar -xzvf Breeze-Grub2.tar.gz
    move the folder breeze to /boot/grub/themes
    sudo mv Breeze-GRUB2/breeze/ /boot/grub/themes/
    edit the file /etc/default/grub
    sudo nano /etc/default/grub
    search for the part: "GRUB_THEME=/...." and change for:
    GRUB_THEME=/boot/grub2/themes/breeze/theme.txt
    save and close
    update the grub with the command:
    sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
    Done.
    Reboot the system and see if it worked.
    Good Lock!


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     Beautiful theme

     
     by mechevar21 on: Dec 2 2015
     
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    Great theme, using it on my htpc at 1920x1080. I had to adjust the menu width to 90% and put left at 5% (instead of 100% and 0% in theme.txt) due to the overscan from HDTVs cutting of the side text.


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