selecting GRUB option for next reboot

Art Alexion art.alexion at
Fri Dec 29 19:44:06 UTC 2006

On Friday 29 December 2006 04:55, Felipe Figueiredo wrote:
> Hello,
> back when I used LILO (seems so long in the past...), KDE's logout could
> easily let me choose the booting kernel/OS and reboot into it, without
> prompting.
> Well, KDM also supports GRUB, and it supposedly lets me choose options, but
> they are jsut ignored and I am dumped into GRUB's menu (with default boot
> option highlighted). Does this thing actually work with GRUB for anyone?

Check the archives for this.  I succeeded in setting it up with instructions 
from this list.  I just don't remember how.

Art Alexion

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