coming from the Ubuntu / Mint / Debian universe, I thought it might be useful in case of emergency useful to have a back-up kernel. So I installed in addition to the default kernel the linux-lts kernel expecting it to show up in the grub menu somewhere. Alas, even thought it is in /boot, I don’t actually have a grub entry for it to boot from.
Is there something wrong, or is it meant to be like that?
Thanks and cheers!
PS: not that I had need for a back-up kernel so far
PPS: I also keep a couple of images of the root filesystem just in case!