Hi, here ist the Wiki Article (Maybe you can post it? It would be a pitty to see the work wasted). I will also try it later:
How to make Grub boot different Kernels by default
After selecting the LTS-Kernel during installation, I found out later that it is not used by default. “uname -a”
If you want Antergos to boot the LTS-Kernel by default, you have to edit the following file:
there are two ways to make grub boot the LTS-Kernel:
- Modify the following entry:
You have to change the Zero, it marks the first entry in the Grub Menu. Te second entry below is “1”, the third “2”, and so forth. (I had to fill in the “2”)
- The other method: Uncomment the following entry:
Simply remove the “#” and save. This will force Grub to use your last selected Kernel as default - until you change it again.
Unfortunately, none of these methods is working out of the box, because Antergos is using a submenu in Gurb after installation. Hence you have to install grub-customizer from the AUR to get rid of the submenu. Its a GUI-tool, pretty self-explanatory. After that, both aforementioned methods work again.
This is a rather unfortunate situation. My suggestion for the devs: Make the LTS kernel the default, if this kernel is selected during installation (ask the user eventually if he wants it). Get rid of the submenu, keep things simple, list all the kernel options without Grub-submenus.