Default boot kernel change

Endeavouros (6.6.32-1-1ts)
Endeavouros (6.6.32-1-1ts-fallback)
EndeavourOS (6.9.4-arch1-1)
Endeavouros (6.9.4-arch1-1-fallback)
Reboot Into Firmware Interface

how do i change my first prority kernel to EndeavourOS (6.9.4-arch1-1)

If you use systemd-boot take a look here:

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I believe you can set the default boot kernel by highlighting it and pressing shift d

It should then put a little arrow next to it. When a new kernel gets installed you’ll need to do it again

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Just to complete this for grub (if you happen to use grub instead of systemd-boot), add line

GRUB_TOP_LEVEL=/boot/vmlinuz-linux

(or use another kernel file if needed) into file /etc/default/grub.

If you follow the approach that @moxdrox posted, you will not need to redo it when the kernel updates.

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Good to know, thank you!

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