I have a dual Windows 7/Ubuntu system which I almost always boot into Windows. When I boot into Ubuntu it makes memtest the default boot menu option. Whilst this is annoying I could live with it if I were able to change the default back from the grub command line available from the boot menu. I don't want to have to boot into Ubuntu to fix this problem every time.
I am able to find the grub config file and can see the contents (sort of) by using:
(although this only shows me the 'tail' not the whole file).
and the command:
executes this configuration (again).
Is it possible to edit this file from the grub command line?
The grub (1.99) manual suggests that I can use the Environment Block to:
set the default menu entry based on what was selected the last time
which may fix my problem but I can't find any examples of their use... Can I somehow use the
Note: I have grub version 1.98