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Grub2 advanced setup

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Grub2 advanced setup

Postby DJ-1 » Mon Sep 22, 2014 6:47 am

Currently running Ubuntu 14.04 Lts & win7dual boot setup... Everything OK just don't know what the limits of grub2 are...

I know we can set custom backgrounds for grub but can it change the background image based on selection while at grub?

E.G: so scrolling the operating system list changes the background image?
Not sure if it can do that...

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Re: Grub2 advanced setup

Postby shwnvntr » Mon Sep 22, 2014 1:55 pm

here is the how to's on grub 2.
MSI KTV4-L AMD XP 2500 Barton
512 Pny Ram DDR333 OC 366
Nvidia GeForce 4 Mx4000 128ram
40G Western(Temp DL), 60G Seagate(XP Boot),
200G Western(Hotswap Cage), 500G Mybook
Liteon DVD16x, CyberDrive CW099D CD-R/RW
Highpoint HPT371 IDE controller Card
Cnet Pro200 PCI Ethernet, HSP56K Modem
Intel USB CS330 webcam, Saitek USB HID P3000 Wireless game pad, Kingwing EZ-Connect
8Gpny thumbdrive(Linux ext4)

2006 Imac G5 ppc
2008 Macbook 4.1 (white) OSX 10.7.5
2009 macbook pro 5.5 OSX 10.10.5
Dell optiplex 320
Raspberry Pi2-b, 32g mSD, 4port usb hub- daisy-chained keyboard and mouse
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