Is there a way to remove/disable this boot theme (i wanna say its a Grub theme maybe?). I just want to remove it, i’d be more than happy with just the default of like a black screen with white text on boot when I’m choosing which kernel to boot into. Appreciate any help! Below is a screenshot to show what I’m referring to.
Okay, just to add to your answer a little bit (thank you for the reply btw I got it working!), I’ll just add the steps I took for anyone in the future that might have this question as well.
In a terminal:
sudo nano /etc/default/grub
Used the down arrow key to scroll down till I found this:
#Uncomment one of them for the gfx desired, a image background or a gfxtheme
If I’m not mistaken when you say comment out the line, I believe that just means adding a hashtag (#), so in this case I changed the hashtag that was before GRUB_BACKGROUND, and removed that and added a hashtag to GRUB_THEME. The above quote is the finished edited part fyi if anyone is curious.
Then I just hit Ctrl + X to exit, asking me to save it, hit Y for yes and enter.
Then ran the command to update the Grub like you said:
sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
Then I did a reboot and got exactly what I was asking for (shown below) so thank you very much @xircon for the quick reply, very much appreciate your help!
Not sure what you mean about 'changing the grub system?" It makes a backup of your /etc/default/grub and I just compared the new one (with Grub Customizer) and the old one (original) and besides just activating the options, they are the same.
it is changing the default grub file-structure and use a different one and exactly it make a backup, but uninstalling grub-customizer is not reverting the files you need to restore the backup manually, if nothing has changed since my last usage.
I am not seeing any new file-structure changes or anything new being created other than it creating a new Grub file, and backing up the original. If you removed Grub Customizer, you can still use the Grub file, it doesn’t remove it upon uninstall. And that Grub file is pretty identical to the original, except for your options selected or not selected. And, if you want the original back, the original is there as well.