I just did a fresh install of Fedora 34 on my personal laptop and I noticed that, at boot, in the GRUB2 menu, some entries show up. This entries are the result of *.conf files that can be found in the /boot/loader/entries/*.conf. Those configuration files are automatically created when a kernel version is installed.

However, I would like to disable showing these entries in the GRUB2 menu and just show the entries generated with grub2-mkconfig. Is there an option line that disable those or can I just remove the folder without any side effects?

1 Answer 1

  • You can remove the folder
  • You can change the extension of the files in the folder, i.e. *.bak
  • You can remove or comment this section in grub.cfg:
    insmod blscfg

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