Monday's 8.04 update
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Thu May 29 14:07:35 BST 2008
Nils Kassube wrote:
> Pastor JW wrote:
>> Actually, escaping and bringing up
>> the GRUB menu allows me to use the 2.6.24-16 kernel and then sound
>> works again. Haven't found where to modify the GRUB menu yet so I can
>> make 2.6.24-16 the default again.
> There is a line
> default 0
> which selects the first kernel in the list to be used without user
> intervention. Change the "0" to "2" and it should select the older
1? It's his previous kernel.
> kernel. But beware, it will fail as soon as you install a new kernel (due
> to another update)
Because that one becomes "0" and all others increment.
> or if you uninstall one of the kernels.
... actually just the latest - you could uninstall kernels _older_ than
126.96.36.199 without changing the ordinality of 2.4.16
Also you can use "default saved" to get the last chosen kernel. Be sure to
set the following in the automagic options:
## should update-grub add savedefault to the default options
And then run "sudo update-grub" again.
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