Show an owner when grub is booting up
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README.md

grub-ownership

Show an owner when grub is booting up.

It is looking like this:

    ##########################
    # Owner:                 #
    # Alex Alexsen <a@a.tld> #
    ##########################

Installation

sudo make install
# OR with an autotools like PREFIX:
sudo PREFIX=/another/root make install

Configuration

Edit the file /etc/default/grub.

This is an example config

# Name and mail address of owner
OWNER="Alex Alexsen <a@a.tld>"

# Amounts of seconds for how long the owner information is displayed. It is skippable via ESC.
OWNER_TIMEOUT=10

Apply configuration

To apply the configuration you need to regenerate the GRUB2 config.

grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
# OR on Debian like systems
update-grub

Uninstall

sudo make uninstall
# OR with an autotools like PREFIX:
sudo PREFIX=/another/root make uninstall