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Re: Change grub.conf defaults



Tom Horsley wrote:

> Do you (or did you once) have xen kernels installed? I had a big problem
> with it always wanting to set the default to the xen kernel. There is
> a file named (i think) /etc/sysconfig/kernel which has some definitions
> that influence which kernel is set as the default when kernel updates
> happen.
No, I don't have xen installed.

I have already checked /etc/sysconfig/kernel. It has:

# UPDATEDEFAULT specifies if new-kernel-pkg should make
# new kernels the default
UPDATEDEFAULT=yes

# DEFAULTKERNEL specifies the default kernel package type
DEFAULTKERNEL=kernel

If this file is supposed to control the behaviour I want, it would appear to 
be set up correctly (I have never changed it).

I noticed that grub.conf default=1 started to happen about 1 month ago, or 
so. Before, it was working correctly, as it does on my other computer.




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