Oh yes, every time I tried, I clicked the apply button and it indicatedasqwerth wrote: ↑Thu Oct 04, 2018 11:53 pmYou didn't click on the APPLY button to get the update-grub process to run.arky217 wrote: ↑Thu Oct 04, 2018 6:53 pmI tried this and set it to 4.9, but it still boots to 4.15.
I tried it again and checked 'Enable saving last boot choice',
but it still boots to 4.9.
In fact, after I select 4.9 and check 'Enable saving last boot choice',
and close the MX boot options window and then immediately
open the MX boot options window again, my choice is not selected.
It keeps reverting to the first option 'MX 17 Horizon'.
Is that a bug, or am I overlooking something ?
Edit: Well, I got around this by using MX boot options to make
the grub menu 'flat' instead of 'tree' and then editing the grub
file directly and changing 'grub_default=saved' to 'grub_default=2'
which is the selection for kernel 4.9.
Then, of course, did a grub-update. Works now.
that it was updating grub, but it did not retain my selection.