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Thread: [13.1] KDE - Choosing Grub Entry on Reboot

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    Default [13.1] KDE - Choosing Grub Entry on Reboot

    in kde, there is the drop down menu option available to choose which kernel you want to boot into.

    this seems to be set persistently rather than as a a next boot option. how can i get grub and kde to show me the grub menu on next boot rather than choosing the last option i happened to want tot automatically reboot into?

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    Quote Originally Posted by milomak View Post
    in kde, there is the drop down menu option available to choose which kernel you want to boot into.

    this seems to be set persistently rather than as a a next boot option. how can i get grub and kde to show me the grub menu on next boot rather than choosing the last option i happened to want tot automatically reboot into?
    The default Grub 2 OS selector does not integrate to KDE as you suggest. I have a bash script that is helpful in working with the default Grub 2 install below:

    https://forums.opensuse.org/blogs/jd...elp-input-106/

    I also have a blog on compiling and installing new kernel versions into Grub 2 you can read below:

    https://forums.opensuse.org/blogs/jd...-versions-134/

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    Default Re: [13.1] KDE - Choosing Grub Entry on Reboot

    Quote Originally Posted by jdmcdaniel3 View Post
    The default Grub 2 OS selector does not integrate to KDE as you suggest.
    seemingly it does


    it seems it set the timeout value to 0.

    when the timeout value is changed, when grub next loads it highlights the last choice made. in my case archlinux.

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