Fedora now uses Grub 2. Whenever it does a kernel upgrade, it loses my default boot option (Windows). How can I fix this?
I resent Grub 2 over this, because the old Grub respected my choices.
In Fedora you currently can't make this permanently default.
Citation from Fedora wiki:
I don't use fedora, and I'm not 100% sure if the changes will be permanent (after kernel upgrades), but I think you need to edit the file
Where 0 is the first entry of your grub list. Edit it the way you want. Then afterwards, run
Hope this helps!
Otherwise, what specifically could be placed in the above-mentioned files that would survive kernel upgrades and/or running
This is taken from Fedora's Grub wiki page:
Open /etc/default/grub and ensure this line exists:
Apply the change to grub.cfg by running:
Now list all possible menu entries
Now set the desired default menu entry
Verify the default menu entry