I know this has been asked but on slightly different terms. I would like to remove it so that I can see the code behind. Not one off but every time it is shutdown and started. Thaknk you in advance.
I recommend just editing your
Remember to update grub afterward with
Comment: Originally, I put
For a single boot process, you can interrupt Grub e (edit), move the cursor to the kernel you want to start, e edit the line with the kernel and remove the
or change them to
A persistent solution would be to modify your /boot/grub/menu.lst file from:
(your locale might vary). After installing a new kernel, the new one will again have the default settings. Modify in /etc/default/grub
if you have such a file. See
on how to change your grub settings in general. There is a graphical customize for grub: https://launchpad.net/grub-customizer but I haven't tested it.