I'm running the lastest ubuntu server edition (i like the: apt-get update/upgrade ; command... a lot) and i need grub to boot only the 1st Ubuntu Server Image (every time).
The grub menu displays: 2 server images and 1 memory tests and 1 extra os from a second attached hdd
These 4 can be found listed in /boot/grub/grub.cfg (i m thinking of deleting the other entries but i ve read that the .cfg file is generated automatically if i add/remove kernel)
Can i set a GRUB_SAVEDEFAULT=true command in the /etc/default/grub ? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2#Reinstalling%20GRUB2 Or does that not apply to my configuration ?
PS. I think grub pops up because i have often power losses, but i still want grub to load the ubuntu OS... since it s sole purpose is to be a server and local access is limited.