On 3/7/17 12:43 pm, William Mattison wrote:
That solved the more important part of the problem. The grub menu
has an entry for the correct, current kernel, and it boots the correct current kernel.
Just some info on this. The original format of your grub menu, being one
line per kernel, was probably coming from grubby. When kernel installs
are done, the install process runs grubby by default to build grub.cfg
and update the mbr (in a non-efi system) and grubby builds grub.cfg with
a line per kernel. I don't like that format so after every kernel
install I manually run grub2-mkconfig and grub2-install to get the menu
with a single line for the current kernel and and Advanced sub-menu for
the other kernels. This implements the same structure for Ubuntu with I
boot into as well as Windows 10.
> On May 19, I started a thread called "ACPI errors (was: f24 boot fails; need
help)". The error messages that I reported there showed up during the boot process
as well as in the journalctl log. For a while in June, they showed up during the boot
process in a small font. Now they show up in a big font. That's an example of what
I'm wanting to display in a small font. This would allow more of the line (and more
lines) to fit on the screen. Since they showed up in a small font for a while last month,
it must be possible. Here's my /etc/default/grub file:
> GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR="$(sed 's, release .*$,,g' /etc/system-release)"
> GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="rd.md=0 rd.lvm=0 rd.dm=0 rd.luks=0 vconsole.keymap=us rhgb
quiet nouveau.modeset=0 rd.driver.blacklist=nouveau video=vesa:off
> Any ideas?
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