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Re: Choosing kernel automatically at Boot - Beginner - SUCCESS!



What do I edit to make it choose
> > the new kernel instead of the old?
> 
> /etc/grub.conf
> 
> Look at the default line.
 
Thank you.
Learning one thing at a time.

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