Grub Customizer is a graphical interface to configure the grub2/burg settings with focus on the individual list order – without losing the dynamical behavior of grub.The main feature is the boot entry list configuration – but not simply by modified the grub.cfg: to keep the dynamical configuration, this application will only edit the script order and generate proxies (script output filter), if needed.

For the moment Grub Customizer only provides simple features,but it should be the first graphical interface to manager Grub2 settings since Grub2 was used in Ubuntu 9.10.And Daniel Richter (the maintainer) will add more useful features.

Planned features:

* configuration of the /etc/default/grub preferences
* grub2 recovery functionality for live cds

Install and Use Grub Customizer:

Open a terminal window from Applications -> Accessories menu,run this command to add the PPA(support Lucid and Maverick):

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:danielrichter2007/grub-customizer

then update and install Grub Customizer with:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install grub-customizer

After installation,launch from Applications -> System Tools -> Grub Customizer and you will see the previous picture.There are a few buttons on the top,highlight one line and choose one button to remove,move up/down,and apply changes.

Grub Customizer Project page: