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Ubuntu Radiance for Grub 2 [BURG]

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Ubuntu Radiance for Grub 2 [BURG]
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Submitted:  Mar 5 2010
Updated:  Mar 10 2010

Description:

With ubuntu's new branding, GRUB needs a face-lifting too, and here it is.:)
To use this, you'll need burg, an updated version of grub 2.
There are two versions, one with text and one without text.

Here is how to instal BURG:
Add ppa:bean123ch/burg to software sources
sudo apt-get install burg burg-themes
Also check out the wiki for some in depth information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Burg


To use this theme:
Extract the tarball to /boot/burg/themes
sudo update-burg
While booting in the grub sereen, press 't'
In the theme selection menu, select radiance or Radiance Text.
If you select radiance text, I recommend editing /boot/burg/burg.cfg and making the menu entry names short for better presentation




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 hi

 
 by nenelinux on: Mar 6 2010
 
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when I press the "T" button in my grub nothings happen :(

can you help me ?

I use ubuntu karmic 32bits


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 Re: hi

 
 by shafin on: Mar 6 2010
 
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Did you install burg properly?
If Burg is working properly, i.e you can run other themes, then try this
sudo gedit /etc/default/burg
set theme to radiance from saved
run update-burg
sudo apt-get install burg-emu
sudo burg emu
BURG should run in a window, see if the theme works there, if it works there, it'll work during boot.


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 Re: Re: hi

 
 by nenelinux on: Mar 6 2010
 
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inventing my grub crash

dont worry I reinstalled

thanks anyway


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 Re: Re: hi

 
 by Padster on: Mar 7 2010
 
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same here.
i tried what you said, but i get:
Welcome to GRUB!

Segmentation fault
then my command line back.
any ideas for that?


What do you get when you multiply six by nine?
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 add text

 
 by znejk on: Mar 7 2010
 
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Looks really fresh! But could u add some text telling me what kernel im starting under somewhere?
good work


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 Re: add text

 
 by shafin on: Mar 10 2010
 
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I've uploaded a version with text enabled, though IMO the non text one looks better :)


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 Miss the burg "how to! instal"

 
 by Asturbal on: Mar 10 2010
 
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This instalation notes misses some steps to realy instal and configure burg to use this theme.

there is a lot more to do it!

You must to install burg themes, and others burg features to work, editing a burg configuration, and set the burg the new boot manager. Please, update the Instalation instructions! I had problems before to fix the wrong instalation.


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 Re: Miss the burg "how to! instal"

 
 by shafin on: Mar 10 2010
 
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In my experience, using these commands worked well, and nothing more was needed. However, I'm going to add a link to butg wiki for anyone interested in a deeper description.


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 hi

 
 by nenelinux on: Mar 10 2010
 
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how can I change de resolution???


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 hi2

 
 by nenelinux on: Mar 10 2010
 
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how can I change the resolution???

I edited the /etc/default/grub and nothing happened :(


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 Re: hi2

 
 by shafin on: Mar 10 2010
 
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its burg'd, so edit etc/default/burg instead :), and don't forget to run update-burg afterwards.


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 Re: Re: hi2

 
 by nenelinux on: Mar 11 2010
 
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nop nothing happends


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 Re: Re: Re: hi2

 
 by shafin on: Mar 11 2010
 
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Then edit plain old /boot/burg/burg.cfg. In this case, no update-burg is needed, and actually you'll need to repeat the hack after each burg-update.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: hi2

 
 by nenelinux on: Mar 12 2010
 
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finally work fine to me :)

thank you very much :D


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 nothings happening!!!

 
 by ajparag on: Mar 12 2010
 
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i did all the things u have directed. even ran the burg-emu but even in that the theme is not running. there is something wrong with your explanation. there are pop ups while installing burg. tell us what to do in them. which ones to tick. also explain in detail.

hope u do it asap.

thanks!

P.S.: though its a very nice theme!


all my themes will be based on WINDOWS format. You can revert back to your original theme setting by going to the 'restore settings' folder created inside my theme folder.
AJParag

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 Re: nothings happening!!!

 
 by shafin on: Mar 13 2010
 
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Please visit the wiki here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Burg. It has a detailed explanation of how burg works, and I hope you'll find a solution to your problem there. The problem you are reporting is probably due to an error in configuration. Can you please check /boot/burg/burg.cfg and manually change the theme there?


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 Re: Re: nothings happening!!!

 
 by ajparag on: Mar 13 2010
 
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thanks for replying. i got it figured out myself though.
anyone having problem with installing burg can go to this link and follow the steps.

http://code.google.com/p/burg/wiki/InstallUbuntu

the basic mistake we normally do is not following the last step i.e. install-burg "hd0"

hope it helps!


all my themes will be based on WINDOWS format. You can revert back to your original theme setting by going to the 'restore settings' folder created inside my theme folder.
AJParag

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