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Re: F12, GRUB, and dual booting irritation



On Mon, 28 Dec 2009 08:55:06 -0500, Raymond wrote:

> Who was the genius that changed the GRUB config updating process?
> 
> Up until now, whenever a new kernel update came a long, GRUB's 
> configuration file would remain basically the same, which would mean I 
> didn't have to go in and manually set GRUB to boot to my Windows 
> partition by default every single time. The Windows boot line(s) would 
> stay neatly at the bottom of the file, and the "default=" line always 
> pointed to 3 (if I remember correctly).
> 
> Now under Fedora 12, every update screws that up, by setting the default 
> to 0. Now, I thought I had a solution after the previous kernel update: 
> move my Windows boot configuration to the start of the boot 
> configuration list, so it would be item 0, but the latest kernel update 
> proved that this wasn't a solution either: the new kernel boot config is 
> now at position  0, followed by Windows, then another two Fedora kernels...
> 
> Is there a way to get the old behavior (pre-F12) back with F12? Is this 
> just a bug, and should I file it as such?

/etc/sysconfig/kernel


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