[code][orbmiser@Winterfell ~]$ plymouth-set-default-theme -l
Use the command to list installed Plymouth screens.
How do we see what they look like. As have to manually execute commands to install different one.
All you have to do to change your plymouth-theme is to install the respective package of course,
and then you have to run
sudo plymouth-set-default-theme -R <theme-name>
Here you’ll have to use the theme-name without the leading “plymouth-theme”, so for example:
sudo plymouth-set-default-theme -R manjaro-very-elegant
To list your installed plymouth-themes you can run
So wondering in that list above are all listed themes? And how do we get eyes on what they look like?
Without hacking in one at a time. As tried googling to no avail.