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A clean theme for the rEFInd UEFI Boot Manager based on the Ursa Major colorscheme.

Icons are included for a variety of Linux distributions, as well as macOS and Windows.

Installation

  1. Find the rEFInd directory on your boot volume. For me, it's /boot/EFI/refind. (Note: you will likely need to do this as root)

  2. Clone this repository to the themes directory inside the rEFInd directory.

cd /boot/EFI/refind
mkdir themes
cd themes
git clone https://github.com/kgoettler/ursamajor-rEFInd.git
  1. Add the following line to the bottom of the refind.conf file in the rEFInd directory
include themes/ursamajor-rEFInd/theme.conf

Configuration

By default, rEFInd will create entries for any .efi files found in the EFI directory on your boot volume.

You can exclude certain directories containing .efi files by passing them to the dont_scan_dirs token of the refind.conf file:

# Exclude any .efi files found in /EFI/BOOT and /EFI/old
dont_scan_dirs /EFI/BOOT,/EFI/old

You can also exclude specific .efi files themselves by passing them to the dont_scan_files token of the refind.conf file:

# Exclude /EFI/ubuntu/mmx64.efi and any .efi file named shimx64.efi
dont_scan_files /EFI/ubuntu/mmx64.efi,shimx64.efi

You can also change the icon used for a particular .efi file by placing a .png file of the same name in the directory with it:

$ ls /boot/EFI/BOOT

BOOTX64.EFI BOOTX64.PNG

Additional Information

Additional information about configuring rEFInd may be found here.

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