# How to remove/ignore most recent kernel?

After one of the most current kernel upgrade, my system hangs throughout boot. Given that my equipment appears specifically choosy concerning bring up the grub food selection *, what is the most effective means to set the previous kernel as the default till the next upgrade?

*I need to strike ESC at specifically the appropriate minute, which generally suggests restarting numerous times till I get it.

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2022-06-07 14:35:25
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Once begun with the old kernel, change your /etc/default/grub with

GRUB_DEFAULT="title"


where "title" is the specific food selection title of the kernel you intend to start. You can in some way get this with

grep menuentry /boot/grub/grub.cfg


Then run sudo update-grub and also you can live till the next kernel upgrade, when you can hold up GRUB_DEFAULT to 0 or pick an additional "title".

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2022-06-07 14:56:32
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A wonderful application is readily available in the Software Centre which need to aid you. Its called "Startup Manager".

It resembles this:

Choose the Kernel you desire to default to in the decline - down checklist and afterwards click Close to finish.

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2022-06-07 14:56:05
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