Setting Default GRUB Kernel for Boot
Posted on 2004-11-10
I'm running an Intel based Redhat Linux server.
The server is located in a remote data center, so I don't have console access to view the grub options at bootup.
I recently installed the latest Linux kernel, and it appears in the /boot/grub/menu.lst file. HOWEVER - the system is still booting to the old kernel.
Is there a way to CHANGE the default kernel, without actually removing the old kernel/s.