Grub Customizer breaks my boot with every upgrade
I am using Grub Customizer and when I upgrade the kernel the new entry is on the bottom of the list (In Grub Customizer) and when I move it to the top spot my unit will not boot after that. I use a Rescutux flash drive to boot and change to a known bootable kernel, so I can use my computer..
I don't understan why Grub Customizer does not put the newwst kernel in the top spot and make it bootable. I am unsure about removing the old kernels as that often "breaks" the Grub.
Maybe the auhor of Grub Customizer knows what is going on? Right now it is a PTA when I add a new linux kernel from Ubuntu. Maybe others know how to correct this problem.
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