Altering default boot kernel


I have a Dell laptop that requires broadcom kernel modules to be loaded for the wireless.
Obviously it is working since I am posting from it now. The problem is the kernel is not the
default selection so I have to select Advanced and then this kernel every time if I wish
to use wireless. I do not understand GRUB2 at all and any explanation as to how it actually
works or how to modify it properly have proven elusive. It would seem an easy task and I’ve
read some posts on how to accomplish it on Ubuntu but it is worthless trying to apply those
methods to openSUSE, for instance it references /etc/kernels which doesn’t even exist on
openSUSE, Any tips appreciated.

Open up a terminal session and type these commands and post the results here:

uname -r

Next, lets see what kernels you have:

dir /boot/vmlinux-*

I have a bash script that can be used to designate the default kernel:

GNU Grub2 Command Listing Helper with --help & Input - Blogs - openSUSE Forums

The question is why only one works? Some binary drivers must be recompiled and installed into each new kernel and perhaps that is true here. I have a blog about kernels you can look at here:

openSUSE and Installing New Linux Kernel Versions - Blogs - openSUSE Forums

Thank You,