In this tutorial I am going to show you how to change Plymouth Boot themes. Changing the themes can help with system performance under certain hardware or if you would like your boot to be a little more prettier. I personally like to see the details as my machine boots.
All you need to do is open the terminal and run as your local user there is no need to be root for this.
To see what themes you have installed run:
And you should get an output something like this:
To install extra themes run:
For Fedora 22
Previous versions of Fedora
And if you run the list command again you should see something like this.
To show current active theme run:
To set a new theme like solar (may take a minute or so depending on system spec) run:
Now if the themes don't change then your probably running a UEFI set up you will need to run:
Now reboot your computer and your new theme will load.
Example boot theme