I test Fedora 13 for weeks, recompile kernel to see which option is better most of the time.
It's fine to specify boot order by editing
N maybe 0 or 1 or 2 etc.
The problem is, if there's a new kernel from upstream, each time I run "yum update", the boot order was changed by "yum update".
Is it possible to prevent boot order changed by "yum update"?
Even specify "default saved" with "savedefault" in "title" doesn't work.