Dark Matter and DedSec: 2 Vandal Issues for GRUB Linux

Dark Matter and DedSec: 2 Themes for Vandal's GRUB Linux

Dark Matter and DedSec: 2 Themes for Vandal's GRUB Linux

A good percentage of users of GNU/Linux operating systems are usually delighted with the ability to customize to your liking each element of it. For this reason, recently every Friday we celebrate the #FridayDesktop together with the Linux Community. And also, for a long time we have been sharing some great posts related to some linux customization apps, such as using Conky's y Komorebi, Among others.

However, one element or component that is not often customized is the Linux GRUB. Therefore, today we want to present you 2 great Themes for GRUB Linux created by a GitHub user named Vandal. And the names of these 2 are: «Dark Matter GRUB Theme and DedSec GRUB Theme».

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Dark Matter GRUB Theme and DedSec GRUB Theme

Dark Matter GRUB Theme and DedSec GRUB Theme

About GRUB Themes Dark Matter GRUB Theme and DedSec GRUB Theme

Dark Matter GRUB Theme

Dark Matter GRUB Theme

According to the web section dedicated to Dark Matter GRUB Theme inside the official site of GitLab/GitHub of the user Vandal, this is described as follows:

Dark Matter GRUB Theme is a collection of dark and polished GRUB themes for a variety of GNU/Linux Distributions.

And his quick and easy installation consists of the following 2 steps or command orders in terminal:

git clone --depth 1 https://gitlab.com/VandalByte/darkmatter-grub-theme.git && cd darkmatter-grub-theme
sudo python3 darkmatter-theme.py --install

DedSec GRUB Theme

DedSec GRUB Theme

According to the web section dedicated to DedSec GRUB Theme, this is described as follows:

DedSec GRUB Theme is a collection of GRUB themes created and inspired by the fictional hacker group DedSec from Ubisoft's Watch Dogs video game.

And his quick and easy installation consists of the following 2 steps or command orders in terminal:

git clone --depth 1 https://gitlab.com/VandalByte/dedsec-grub-theme.git && cd dedsec-grub-theme
sudo python3 dedsec-theme.py --install

However, for both themes there is also custom installation ways to: Debian, Ubuntu and Arch, Fedora and RedHat; and NixOS. In my case, since I use my own Respin called MilagrOS based on MX Linux, the final result has been the following in GRUB:

And after logged in, so I currently have it customized:

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Summary

In short, using Vandal's GRUB themes called "Dark Matter GRUB Theme and DedSec GRUB Theme" they allow us to quickly give our forgotten GNU/Linux boot system a different, interesting and striking appearance. So everything will depend on which one you choose to give a touch that highlights the brand (logo) of the GNU/Linux Distro used or give a hacking touch inspired by the fictional hacker group DedSec from Ubisoft's Watch Dogs video game. Try both, modify them to your liking, and then tell us your experience via comments if you wish.

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