Change GRUB Image

There are question about "how to change GRUB image" on this blog. I share how to change it by manually without use any special software.
First step, we need to prepare the picture that we want to use for GRUB image. Follow to default picture is should scale at 533 pixel width, 400 pixel height and use PNG format. We should named it sabily.png. After you had prepared it, we can continue to next step.
Now we must have full access authority for our file in File System partition. In order to do that, we need to install "nautilus-gksu". We can install it by run installation command on terminal.

"sudo apt-get install nautilus-gksu"

After installation completed, restart our Sabily system.

Now open our GRUB folder where GRUB image placed there. It locate at usr/share/images/grub. Right click on grub folder and select open as administrator.
Now you see grub image named sabily.png. Copy this image for backup at any place do you like. Then copy your customized grub image and paste it here.

Overwrite when asked.

Restart your sabily system. You should see new grub image that you change appears.

Here example of my GRUB image.


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