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Title: Grub: reboot to specific kernel
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Display Grub Menu Entries from Command Line

I created a script grub-menu.sh to make it easy to find the menu entry number:

grub menu.png


Booting with Grub Menu Entry Number

If you wanted to reboot into Kernel 4.4.0-131 you would use:

sudo grub-reboot "1>6"

Getting the bash script grub-menu.sh

You can find the bash script in this Q&A: Display grub menu and options without rebooting?

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