I want to add an image while booting. And I also want to add spinner theme. I did this with garuda boot options. But everytime I save , close and open the image remains empty. Can I do it with terminal?
I'm not sure I understood correctly your questions, anyway
- You can define a splash screen in the system settings
- You can install a plymouth theme (incl. spinner). I use plymouth-theme-dr460nized and love it, but there are others.
Refer to this if you want to change your grub boot screen
You need little experience dont mess with all this unless you have some experiece
I definitely suggest avoiding the grub customizer.
It created a lot of troubles to other users.
A simple forum search would confirm.
You are constantly making topic in the wrong category. Please make such topic in Issue and Assistances
But that is not what I wanted. I wanted to add an image while it is booting the os instead of default garuda progressbar and logo.
Yeah I wanted to add splash screen image. I will try.
- Check which theme is being used in Garuda Boot Options.
- Go to
- Go to the folder of the theme.
- Replace the files you want.
Note: If the theme gets updated, your new custom files get replaced by the original files. To avoid that, you may have to create a package to make your own theme, which requires some knowledge.
I want define splash screen. How can I do that?
In the system settings you can add or change the existing splash screens IIRC
Answered above ^. “Plymouth theme” is what having the “splash screen” you want. There are two splash screens: boot splash screen and login splash screen. Both are different. What @filo's answer was for the login splash screen and mine was boot splash screen. You got answers for both luckily, enjoy
Or you can simply create an alias to copy your custom files back if the system overwrites them.
...or a Pacman/ALPM hook to be lazy
Wow how I got one idea from another
thanks to tbg
Sure you could do that instead I guess. The alias was good enough for me in the past as the breakages never happened all that often. I simply use the Garuda defaults now so I haven't bothered with that in a long time.
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