Red Hat / Fedora :: Change The Background Of Boot Menu?

Oct 21, 2010

how to change the background image of boot menu in fedora using a customized image.

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Ubuntu :: Menu Bar Won't Change Color When Change Panel Background

Oct 23, 2010

I changed it and got it working a long time ago but i installed 10.10 (great work BTW ) and have forgotten completely.

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OpenSUSE :: Change The Background Color Of The Bottom Kde Menu Panel?

Oct 16, 2010

How can i change the background color of the bottom kde menu panel? I tried with systesettings>Advanced>Theme,it's not changing anything.

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Fedora :: How To Change Boot Menu

Mar 20, 2011

I have a dual boot Fedora/Windows 7 setup. When I start the computer grub presents a menu that allows me to boot either Fedora or Win 7. Which file do I edit to alter that menu?

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Fedora :: Change Colors Of The Grub Boot Menu?

Feb 11, 2011

In Fedora 14, the colors of the grub boot menu were changed. why, previous versions of the grub boot menu were always the same, that black bar on white letters.

Now suddenly in F14, it was changed to a white bar, on white letters, which is hard to see and looks stupid besides. How do I change those colors back to the old way? the black bar on white lettering?

I have been googling for this topic and I don't see anything in the docs listed for it so decided to ask here.

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ok I tried it, it didn't work, I tried that exact command it gave in the article, and the colors of the grub menu did NOT change!

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Cannot Modify Grub Menu File - Need To Change Boot Order

Mar 3, 2009

I recently installed a 64-bit version of centOS 5 alongside a 32-bit version, which I use. Turns out the 64-bit version absolutely will not boot and I'm stuck with it as my default boot option. Since the grub being used resides on the 64-bit half, I cant edit the menu file but I know theres a way to do this without it, through grub itself. I have about 29 render nodes now with this problem, and whenever they need to be rebooted I have to hook a monitor up to each one and hold its hand through the boot process. How to change the grub menu through grub itself, basically just change the default boot option and then have it stay that way?

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General :: Fedora 12 Installation / Change The Installation Background Not Desktop Background?

Feb 16, 2010

I want to change installation background image in fedora 12.

How to change the installation background not desktop background.

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General :: Change The GRUB2 Boot Loader Background Image?

May 1, 2011

i've started off using linux with ubuntu 10.10, and then i moved to linux mint 10 kde, and after finding out that it didn't support my hardware, in specifically my graphics card, i switched back to ubuntu 10.10, and from there i upgraded to 11.04. i hated the gui so i switched it from ubuntu to ubuntu (classic) environment. i also installed kubuntu-desktop too, and it looks a lot like mint 10 kde, i guess it uses kde 4.6, but... it's more stable for me. anyway, what i mean is that, originally ubuntu had a black background, linux mint 10 kde had a pretty cool custom mint background, ubuntu 11.04 has a purple background. i looked on videos, i found people using customized backgrounds, but they either don't explain how they got it *like for instance, someone said opensuse 11 or 13 has an icy penguin animated background, and someone else had one that you could scroll through.* or it's too complicated or outdated. is there a simple way to change your grub2 boot loader background image?

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Fedora Installation :: No Menu - No Panel - Just Plain Background After Install

Aug 8, 2010

I've installed Fedora 13 from DVD and selected some extra features (php, mySQL). After the installation and user creation, I rebooted and logged in - clean clean desktop. No menu, no panel nothing. But I can run some commands (like firefox) from ALT+F2. It looks as if the commands works fine, but no menu.

I've re-installed my whole system.... same thing after logging in. I can see the bottom panel before log in.

Whatever I should do, I can only through command line as I'm able (from ALT+F2) to open a terminal. I suspect my resolution or something.

I'm working from a Acer laptop who's monitor is broken, connected a Samsung SyncMaster 943nwx to it. Its a 17" wide monitor.

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Fedora :: F14 Cannot Save Background Change

Nov 4, 2010

After a new installation of 64bit F14, I found that each time I changed the background, the background went back to its default after a new log in.

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Fedora :: Cannot Change Desktop Background?

Sep 14, 2009

I use Fedora 11 with all the updates up till now. I cannot change my desktop background using either System -> Preferences -> Appearance or gnome-control-center. I installed gconf-editor and checked the settings and everything seems normal and background is set to the wallpaper i desired but on the desktop nothing changes.

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Fedora :: Change The Installation Background Image On 12?

Feb 22, 2010

I want to change the installation background image on fedora 12.

How to change the installation background not gdm desktop background.

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Fedora :: Change Login Window And Background?

Sep 27, 2010

Today I download a gdm login window theme package, but I don't know how to install it. Results by google searching shows it is very easy on ubuntu by entering System-> Administration -> login window. But I don't find that way on fedora now. The theme package I download is named GDM-BrasillinuxEye.tar.gz . I download it from official web [URL] .

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Change Installation Background Image

Mar 1, 2010

I want to change installation background image.

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General :: Change The Background Of Fedora Kde Konsole?

Oct 15, 2010

I am using Fedora 13 Operating System. I want to know that how to change the background of kde konsole. I want to display any type of wallpaper in the background of its (kde) konsole.

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Fedora :: Able To Change The Background - How To Personalize GDM's Login Screen?

Nov 19, 2010

After trying to personalize GDM's login screen, I have been able to change the background (If anyone know how to personalize GDM's login screen, Sometimes when I go on the login screen, I see a gray box without anything on it (I try ALT+CTRL+F# and ALT+CTRL+BACKSPACE) but nothing is shown. (No user list nor white box to enter username). So I must restart while it doesn't appear. Here is what GDM's error log gives me ( /var/log/:0-greeter.log ) :

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Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "atk-bridge": libatk-bridge.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory (gnome-settings-daemon:1686): Bonobo-WARNING **: Bonobo must be initialized before use (process:1705): DEBUG: Greeter session pid=1705 display=:0.0 xauthority=/var/run/gdm/auth-for-gdm-dn4VnG/database (gnome-settings-daemon:1686): GdkPixbuf-CRITICAL **: gdk_pixbuf_format_get_name: assertion `format != NULL' failed

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Change RHEL6 Login Screen Background?

Jan 15, 2011

With the new changes to RHEL 6, and it being more inline with Fedora, how do you change the login screen background? I'm talking about the main login screen, not after you have logged in and need to change the desktop background. We use a custom background for machines in our lab, and need to implement this on 6.

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Ubuntu :: Boot Up The Machine The Cube Background Image Goes Away And The Background Colour Is Left?

Apr 15, 2011

Anyone know why each time I boot up the machine the cube background image goes away and the background colour is left. This image i am placing is in Apparency/Skydome

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General :: Change The Boot Menu - GRUB

Apr 19, 2010

change the boot menu - GRUB

I regularly update my ubuntu (10.04), and new minor versions keep accumulating on the GRUB screen. Right now I have 5 different versions listed on the GRUB, even though I always select the latest version to work with.

Am I supposed to do anything to get rid of the old version references? Do these old versions affect disk space/performance?

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Ubuntu :: Change The Boot Menu Text?

Jan 18, 2010

How do I change the boot menu text, and the splash menu text of live CD? give the configuration files location

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Ubuntu :: Change Order Of Boot Menu?

Oct 19, 2010

how to change the order of GRUB. I found someone who asked in '06 but I believe the method has changed. I want windows (The bottom on the list) to start without me having to select it.

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Ubuntu :: Change Boot Screen And Login Screen Background

Jul 24, 2011

i used to have 9.10 but now upgraded to the latest version. Back then I changed the background to full black for both the preboot screen and login screen.Now after upgrading it changed it to the purple color screen. I am wondering how I can change back the background color?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Change Order Of Boot Menu?

Nov 29, 2010

Using StartupManager (as Quackers had suggested) I do indeed have Windows as my default boot, although it appears at the bottom of the menu. See Dilemma 1 below for that detail.

Dilemma 1:Grub2 has set up the boot menu so that Windows is the last item on the menu. This is because the Menuitem entries for the Ubuntu kernels are generated by script 10_linux, while the Windows Menuitem entry is generated by script 30_os-prober. Of course, in generating /boot/grub/grub.cfg, the 10_linux script is executed before 30_os-prober, dictating the order of their appearance on the menu.

I'd like to see Windows as the top menu item. Under grub, I would edit /boot/grub/menu.lst, pull the Windows menu item out of the "Automagical" section and voila! It stays on top no matter how many times I upgrade the kernel. While I could possibly do the same with /boot/grub/grub.cfg (see thread "how can I change the order of the boot menu?" for the suggestion) we should all know by now that the next time I update the kernel, my changes will all go away, because we are not supposed to edit that file by hand.

Dilemma 2: As I download and install kernel updates, all the old kernels still show up on my boot menu. My concern is that eventually the sheer number of Linux kernels will render the boot menu unreadable. This is especially of concern if I cannot get Windows to the top of the boot menu. Under grub, I used to edit the menu.lst and comment out the listing of any kernels more than 2 versions old. Now, how do I arrange this omission? A manual edit of 10_linux will be acceptable, provided it still displays the 2 or 3 most recent Linux kernels and their corresponding memtests.

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Ubuntu :: Permissions To Change And Save /boot/grub/menu.lst

Jun 3, 2010

I have several Ubuntu OS, but I always install 9.04 last so that I can get Grub Legacy which works better with my Windows 7 64 bit than Grub 2. I wish to edit and save /boot/grub/menu.lst on the 9.04 OS. When I attempt to do this I get an error stating that I do not have the permissions necessary to do so. How may I obtain the permission?

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General :: Change FAT32 Into NTFS From Win 7 Without Affecting Boot Menu?

Jan 29, 2010

Since last last week i've installed Windows 7 and OpenSuSe 11.2 linux several time in my laptop. Each time i do something and Linux boot menu disappears and i again install both operating system. I have installed linux for the first time 6 days before in my life.

I am trying to live without windows. I know i can't for more few months as there is problem in every step for me.

Now i have both os running perfectly and boot menu appearing perfectly.

There are 3 partitions in FAT32 created while installing linux for Windows files. Now i want to change it in to NTFS. All drive are empty.

##1 Is it ok if i reformat it in windows 7 and change to NTFS?

##2 Does it creates problem in GRUB boot menu?

##3 Is there any way to do this from Linux without any problem?

##4 Is there any way to change FAT32 into NTFS without affecting GRUB?

I'm tired by installing again and again. I don't want any more trouble for next 1 month.

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OpenSUSE :: Installed Webilder Application To Automatically Change Wallpaper - Can't Change Background

Mar 30, 2010

I installed the webilder application to automatically change the wallpaper, preferences you've specified the directory where the images but I can not change the background. Does anyone know why not change?

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Ubuntu :: Graphics - Change To A Warped Mix Of Colors And Pixels When Change The Background Image

May 19, 2010

I recently installed Ubuntu 10.04 Netbook Remix on my Gateway LT3103u. I noticed shortly into using it that it has a graphics bug every so often. Especially when I change the background image. Everything will change to a warped mix of colors and pixels. Everything is affected. My mouse, the bar at the top of the screen, text and all. My netbook runs on an AMD Athlon 64-bit processor with ATI Radeon X1270 HyperMemory up to 256MB graphics.

So far I have tried reinstalling, and even the 64bit desktop edition which had the same problem. Ive noticed that it freaks out when i scroll too quick, when changing background images, and on certain websites. Then other times its completely random. When it happens it looks similar to these: [URL]

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Ubuntu :: GDM Background - Cannot Change The Background Image To Any Of Mt .jpg Wallpaper Files And .png Files

Apr 3, 2011

I have spent the most part of 5 hours trying to fix this issue. For some reason I cannot change the background image to any of mt .jpg wallpaper files (and .png files). I've tried using the Ubuntu-Tweak application, but I end up getting a purple screen (default) or a black screen (default). So then I tried using the terminal method by making the Appearance window appear when I would log out. That works, except when I go to use my background image, it shows as a question mark for the image preview, and the icon for the file is a gray box. All while doing this my background images that I tested are all in the /usr/share/backgrounds location. Please help! I really want to get rid of the default images and use my images... :/ My desktop/screen in 1440x900, and most my background images are around that size. They work with my regular desktop for my account.

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Ubuntu :: Change File Permissions To Change Background Screen?

Feb 21, 2010

I'm new to Ubuntu Linux but have many years on windows platform. Please can someone help me with how to change the following items.

No.1 I would like to change the HORRIBLE!! YAK!! brown background color behind the word Ubuntu in the start up screen when the machine loads up (before the login). I have located the image file for this which I have found to be: /usr/share/images/xsplash/bg_2560x1600. jpg but the OS says that root is the owner and that I don't have permission to change this. So how can I change this for a color I do like.

No.2 I would also like to change the login dialogue screen style. I know this is possible but again I'm fumbling to see how I can do this. I have tried with the start up manager but every attempt fails, the settings don't take. Once again I suspect permissions are at the bottom of the problem?

No.3 Would like to have a colorful splash screen image on boot up, I've managed to remove the old one (small white 3 ring ubuntu logo on black background) but havent been able to install or replace with a new one. Its been incredibly frustrating, I'm feel sure I'm missing something simple here. Wondering if its permissions yet again?

Anyone who can offer help on any of the above, guidance or advise me would be much appreciated. Please bear in mind that I'm still very much feeling my way with Linux so keep it simple.

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Ubuntu :: Change GRUB Boot Order: No /boot/grub/menu.lst File

Nov 29, 2010

i am trying to change the boot order on the GRUB menu so that the countdown automatically starts on an older kernel. From what i can see all the solutions on the web want me to edit the /boot/grub/menu.lst file. The problem is that i don't have one. Someone also mentioned that if i don't have a menu.lst file then i should look for the grub.conf file. I don't have on of those either. The closest thing in /boot/grub is grub.cfg but that looks nothing like the descriptions i have heard of /boot/grub/menu.lst file

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