Smoothly integrated in KDE System Settings, it is the central place for managing your GRUB2 configuration.
- Manage default boot entry
- Manage boot timeout
- Manage boot resolutions
- Manage boot menu colors
- Manage boot menu theme
- Manage linux kernel arguments
- Save and update the configuration files of GRUB2
- Recover GRUB2
- Remove old entries
- Create and preview GRUB2 splash images
I have used Grub2 Editor in the past and loved it. Unfortunately, I have just moved to new hardware that includes a UEFI motherboard, so I'm using the grub2-efi package for Fedora 18. Attempting to install Grub2 Editor, it has a dependency of grub2 (for good 'ol BIOS), which will conflict with Grub2-efi. The src.rpm indicates that Grub2 is a requirement, but is it possible that I could simply change this to grub2-efi and have Grub2 Editor work? BTW, sorry to post this as a "review", but there is no where else to post questions.