vulnerability of Linux

Ingemar Nilsson init at
Wed Dec 7 14:05:38 UTC 2005

John Summerfied <debian at> writes:

> If you're booting number 1 and insert a new number 0, then what happens?
> The old number 1 becomes 2, the old 0 is the new 1.
> Isn't somthing broken here?

On my home computer, which dual-boots Windows XP and FC4, with Windows set
as the default in Grub (gaming computer), this works well across kernel
updates. Windows is the last in the list and the default changes
accoringly when a new kernel is added to the list.

So it isn't broken.


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