On 8/31/07, Jonathan Steffan <jon(a)fedoraunity.org> wrote:
> The question is why the install didn't set the new kernel to boot by
> default. This has happened to me a few times now, even with non-test
IMNSHO, this is not the way to go. You have no idea whether the new
kernel will work. Manually select it and if it works change grub.conf.
having said that I believe there is a setting that does this for you.
I am not sure where tho as I do not use it.
If you do want to change that behavior, the setting is in
# UPDATEDEFAULT specifies if new-kernel-pkg should make
# new kernels the default
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