Brauche bitte Hilfe bei GRUB

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Brauche bitte Hilfe bei GRUB

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#1 Beitrag von linuxfan » Mo 19. Nov 2018, 07:31

Hallo Community,

ich habe Manjaro 17.12 (aufgrund eines Problems mit 18.0 und Alsa) installiert.
Leider wird hier der normale GRUB installiert.
Was muss ich installieren, dass ich den originalen GRUB aus 18.0 bekomme?
Also inklusive dem "Silent-Boot"?
Schon mal vielen Dank im voraus für Eure Hilfe!  ???

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Re: Brauche bitte Hilfe bei GRUB

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#2 Beitrag von Blueriver » Mo 19. Nov 2018, 13:09

How to enable hidden GRUB menu?
On new Manjaro v18.0 installs this will be enabled by default. If your system has been upgraded to v18.0 from an older release, you can enable it by running these commands:

update your system to get latest systemd
install linux418 or linux419: sudo pacman -S linux41[x]
check that you have quiet in /etc/default/grub under GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT or GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX and comment out any GRUB_BACKGROUND settings.
sed -i -e 's|fsck||g' /etc/mkinitcpio.conf && sudo pacman -S systemd-fsck-silent
You may want to consider early kms 79 and fastboot 85 for intel hardware
sudo mkinitcpio -P
sudo grub-editenv - set menu_auto_hide=1
sudo update-grub
reboot your system
Note the grub-update will overwrite any manual changes you’ve made to your grub.cfg (normally no manually changes are done to this file).

If your system has Windows on it, but you boot it only once a year so you would still like to hide the GRUB menu, you can tell GRUB to ignore the presence of Windows by running:

sudo grub-editenv - set menu_auto_hide=2

3. How to disable hidden GRUB menu
To permanently disable the auto-hide feature run:

sudo grub-editenv - unset menu_auto_hide

That is it.

4.How to access the GRUB menu when hidden
If for some reason you need to access the GRUB menu while it is hidden there are multiple ways to get to it:

While booting keep SHIFT pressed, usually you need to first press SHIFT when the vendor logo is shown by the firmware / when the firmware says e.g. “Press F2 to enter setup” if you press it earlier it may not be seen. Note this may not work on some machines.

During boot press ESC or F8 while GRUB loads (simply press the key repeatedly directly after power on until you are in the menu).

Force the previous boot to be considered failed:

Press CTRL + ALT + DEL while booting so that the system reboots before hitting the display manager (lightdm, gdm, sddm)

Press CTRL + ALT + F6 to switch away from your display manager, followed by CTRL + ALT + DEL.

Press the power-button for 4 seconds to force the machine off. Either of these will cause the boot_success grub_env flag to not get set and the menu will show the next boot.

Manually set the menu show once flag by running: "grub-set-bootflag menu_show_once" This will cause the menu to show for 60 seconds before continuing with the default boot-option.

4. When is a boot considered successful ?
The boot_success grub_env flag gets set when you login as a normal user and your session lasts at least 2 minutes.

So if you e.g. login, do something and then within 30 seconds type reboot in a terminal (instead of doing the reboot from the menu) then this will not count as a successful boot and the menu will show the next boot.
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Re: Brauche bitte Hilfe bei GRUB

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#3 Beitrag von linuxfan » Mo 19. Nov 2018, 13:45

Thank you BLUERIVER!!!  ???

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