Customize Grub2/Burg Settings in Ubuntu with Grub Customizer
It is a very difficult and risky job to customize the grub2/burg settings in Ubuntu using terminal. But you can get a graphical interface to configure the grub2/burg settings easily in Ubuntu with Grub Customizer.
Grub Customizer is a graphical interface to configure the grub2/burg settings by focusing on the individual list order and making sure that the dynamical behavior of grub is not lost. Grub Customizer provides a complete and intuitive graphical grub2/burg configuration interface. The main feature of Grub Customizer is boot entry list configuration.
You can install Grub Customizer in Ubuntu by running the following commands in the terminal.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install grub-customizer
You can install it from Ubuntu Software Center by adding its PPA to your Software Sources.
You can launch Grub Customizer from Unity Dash or main menu.
You can type the following commands in the terminal to launch it.
Under its Preferences menu, Grub Customizer also allows you to configure other grub2/burg settings such as Default boot time, Timeouts,
Under Appearance tab of the same Preferences window, you can configure Menu visibility, Screen resolution, Background image and Colors (grub2 only).
Under Advanced tab, you can configure the advanced settings for grub2/burg.
Launchpad: Grub Customizer