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I am writing custom Drupal 8 install profile to be used in our organization.

The core creates the "Footer" menu as default system menu listed in menu admin page.

I want to delete or disable this menu during installation execution.

I already found that I can make it manually delete able if I add system.menu.footer.yml with

locked: false

But how can I eliminate it in the first place, via install profile ?

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Solved.

Following https://drupal.stackexchange.com/a/186322/8938 I added the code below to my_profile_install() function inside my_profile.install file.

\Drupal::configFactory()->getEditable('system.menu.footer')->delete();

Reinstalled and yes, footer menu is not around anymore :)

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Edit: the OP asked how to do this in an install profile. For that please see the other answer.

Using Drush:

drush config-delete 'system.menu.footer'

The Drupal console should work the same:

drupal config:delete 'system.menu.footer'

The same commands could be used to delete other system menus as well. E.g., drush config-delete 'system.menu.main'

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