I've deleted some of my kernels in the /boot directory and saw that I've deleted the kernel that I was booting from by using the command 'uname -a'.
Is there a way to change kernel in my grub.cfg so that I can boot?
I am using Linux Mint 18.3 Sylvia and I do have other boot images within the /boot directory. I just didn't update the grub.cfg to point to the updated version. (As a side note, shouldn't the kernel update grub.cfg when it updates the kernel? I thought that it did that until I tried 'uname -a')
The version of grub I'm using is grub 2.02.