I have installed Fedora 32 KDE spin using Calamares installer. I used Calamares because unlike Anaconda it lets me to install grub on root partition. However, there is a problem with this installation method, upgrading and removing kernels doesn’t automatically update grub and I have to do this manually. Is there a way to automate this process?
Thank you in advance and sorry for my english
Post your configuration:
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=“quiet splash resume=UUID=898ebf06-8950-4e62-ab97-
Changes/BootLoaderSpecByDefault - Fedora Project Wiki
Note that in some cases you need to reset GRUB environment to make it work properly:
sudo grub2-editenv create
Thank you, I will wait for next kernel upgrade and report the result
This didn’t solve the issue. The latest fedora kernel is 5.8.16 and I’m stuck on 5.8.15 due to grub which isn’t automatically updated.
Verify that BootLoaderSpec is enabled:
grep -e GRUB_ENABLE_BLSCFG /etc/default/grub
Sorry, It seems that Kde discover hadn’t install latest kernel on my machine. I must investigate this issue further. I upgraded my system using dnf and this time grub updated automatically added kernel 5.8.16 to my boot menu. I just wonder why do I have 3 kernel entries in boot menu while I have installonly_limit= 2 in dnf.conf. In other word, grub doesn’t remove kernel 5.6.6 form boot menu while it has been removed by dnf.
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