How to Install Grub Customizer on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Linux
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Install Grub Customizer on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Linux
The Grub Customizer tool is used to modify default boot loader settings. Grub Customiser tool can add, edit, remove, rearrange grub menu entries. It can also change default entry, visibility and kernel parameters. Grub Customiser can also reinstall Grub into MBR, so to load Ubuntu or any Linux distro from Windows boot loader. In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to install Grub Customizer on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Linux.
Before you start to Install Grub Customizer on Ubuntu 18.04. You must have the non-root user account on your system with sudo privileges.
Start to Install Grub Customizer
The Grub Customizer Package is not available in the Global Ubuntu repository. So we need to download and install it from
First, open the terminal application by pressing
danielrichter2007 repository by typing following command in the terminal, You will be asked for password then type the password to continue:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:danielrichter2007/grub-customizer
As we have added new repository we should update
apt package manager index by typing following command in the terminal:
sudo apt update
Now install the Grub Customizer package by using the following command inside the terminal:
sudo apt install grub-customizer
After completing the above command successfully. You have successfully installed Grub Customizer on Ubuntu.
to confirm the installation and to check Grub Customizer Version you can following command in the terminal:
The output should be:
Grub Customizer, version 5.1.0
Start the Grub Customizer
You can launch Grub Customizer either by using the terminal or by using
To Start Grub Customizer through terminal run following command:
Otherwise, you can also visit
Activities menu and the start it by typing
Grub Customizer and clicking on launcher icon.
You have successfully learned how to Install Grub Customizer on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Linux. If you have any queries regarding this then please don’t forget to comment below.
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