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Re: [opensuse-support] give TW Grub-EFI menu blue background instead of black?
04.10.2018 08:29, Felix Miata пишет:
This is what I had: (menu uses <1/2 the screen)
when I filed

This is what I have now, which eventually resulted from removing grub*
and config files, then reinstalling: (menu uses most of screen)

This is what I'm trying to achieve (blue background, like Debian produces):

I tried YaST2, but it doesn't seem to have any way to affect menu colors (or
font size or overall menu size).
didn't help.

Debian has a file /etc/grub.d/05_debian_theme which undoubtedly accounts for
boot menu colors. I tried including it in my TW /etc/grub.d/, but it didn't
any desired effect, likely at least in part because of its many references to
*grub/* where openSUSE has *grub2/*.

You expect us to hunt for this file to understand what you did?

Anyone know how to make my openSUSE TW Grub menu colors match Debian's, or
docs are that might explain?

As you are using text mode console, I'd say color_normal,
color_highlight, menu_color_normal, menu_color_highlight environment
variables may help. They are described in "info grub2".

Bonus question: What controls overall Grub menu size, whether it uses only a
small portion of the center of the screen instead of most of it? I looked in
/etc/grub.d/, /etc/default/grub and /boot/grub2/grub.cfg without spotting
anything that looked like any kind of size control.

Text mode takes whatever console size is exposed by BIOS.
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