So, after the latest kernel (linux-zen) update my laptop won't shutdown or reboot. So, I tried booting with another kernel (linux-lts) and the problem is gone. I don't want to downgrade the kernel everytime it brake the system. So, because linux-lts kernel is more stable, I was wondering how to change the default kernel (I don't wanna select Advance Options and linux-lts everytime I boot. And I tried changing GRUB_DEFAULT=0 to GRUB_DEFAULT=1 & GRUB_DEFAULT="1>3", but nothing changed. And changing the "Boot to" in Garuda Boot Options doesn't work as well.)?
Did you regenerate the GRUB configuration after making a change to its configuration file?
sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
To save any further questions if that was the problem .
(That may be wrong - actually managed to make brain remember something but there is a reason it doesn't do it more often + anyway I'm sure jonathon shall check it once )
I did. Apparently there's another uncommented line saying "GRUB_DEFAULT=0" under the commented line "#Uncomment to make GRUB remember the last selection". So, commenting out that fixed the issue. So sorry for inconvinience.
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