Lucid Lynx and grub
multilingus at gmx.de
Sat May 1 21:09:16 UTC 2010
>> > This is probably what you need to add/edit to your
>> > As for GRUB_DEFAULT, this is what that option is supposed to be
>> > doing:
>> > "GRUB_DEFAULT=saved
>> > The information in this section applies to GRUB 1.98 and later.
>> > Enables the "grub-reboot" and "grub-set-default" commands to
>> > the default OS.
>> > The default OS will not be set by an interactive selection of an OS
>> > from the menu.
>> > grub-set-default Sets the default boot entry until changed.
>> > The format is sudo grub-set-default X, with X being the
>> > position (starting with 0 as the first entry) or the exact menu
>> > Examples: sudo grub-set-default 3 or sudo grub-set-default
>> > Linux 2.6.32-15-generic"
>> > To obtain the existing menuentry choice number (starting from 0)
>> > the menuentry "string", run grep menuentry /boot/grub/grub.cfg"
>> > Note the version used above:" 1.98 or above". Karmic uses grub
>> > and Lucid is using 1.98, so this is probably why you are seeing
>> > change in behavior.
>> > clay
> Add it to /etc/default grub, you can just put the line:
> above the GRUB_DEFAULT line, save, and run update-grub
Clay, I added it but nothing has changed. Grub selects always the first
If Lucid uses 1.98 why hasn't it been changed with the upgrade from 09.10?
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