# Uncomment one of them for the gfx desired, a image background or a gfxtheme
Updated system and Grub with the hook I previously did.
Rebooted! Amazing! Done!
Thanks @joekamprad and @rpaloha (it needed to update Grub to work)
The point is to avoid missing/forgetting/… not focusing to do it in case needed I just made a hook to update and do all the stuff automatically without the need of my intervention. (I can be tired/not focusing/… and restart system withut doing the required stuff)
Since I did it, it has been a month now and I forgot completely about the Grub issues.
Sorry, I am not sure I follow.
You say there is a package in AUR that does the Grub update. What is this package (it is wrapper I understand). Does it run automatically when needed?
What is the difference between it and the hook?
I personally don’t like having any software installed unless needed. This is one reason I loved EndeavourOS.
This just happened to me. I uninstalled it and i disabled it in /etc/default/grub. Then it only booted to the firmware. I tried to figure out how to fix this but wasn’t successful. I didn’t understand why it was reporting this as coming from the AUR? I thought these files were isn the EOS repo. Anyway i could boot to Windows by using the f8 key but my grub was pooched and boots into firmware only. I tried to reinstall grub and update it but it was on btrfs and wasn’t co-operating. I just ended up reinstalling instead of spending all my time trying to understand why this happened. I just didn’t have time for it. I’m not one to worry about saving stuff so reinstalling takes about 4 mins. Just don’t know why this happened now since i thought i was past this grub issue long time ago.