• Make linux-lts the default booted kernel in GRUB

    Most of the time, I prefer working with the LTS kernel over the current one, but I still want to keep the latter just in case I messed up something with the kernel.

    I tried editing /etc/default/grub from GRUB_DEFAULT=0 to GRUB_DEFAULT=1>2 and more explicitly to

    GRUB_DEFAULT="Advanced options for Arch Linux">"Arch Linux LTS Kernel"

    and then ran, of course sudo grub-mkconfig, but still the first entry is the current kernel and that’s what loaded when I don’t choose anything for 5 seconds (according to uname -a).
    What should I do to actually change the defaults here?

    Thanks ahead

  • Hi,
    Please go to this command
    sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg

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