Debian Squeeze Grub Configuration
I recently upgraded (security release and backports update) my Debian Squeeze installation. Everything went fine. When I rebooted, the upgrade had changed the default OS selection on the Grub Boot Menu. I missed it originally and it went to a selection whose NVidia driver had not yet been setup for the upgraded Linux keral. Many of the tools I have thusfar learned were unavailable to me. I rebooted and manually selected the version of the OS that I knew would work.
My question is this:
How do I reconfigure the default OS selection in the Grub Boot Menu? At one time, all it took was to edit a single text file. When I looked this time, there were warnings about not editing the grub.cfg file due to the fact that it was automatically generated. I have searched around and have not found anything that points me in the direction I need to go, at least in a way that was clear enough to understand that it was the direction in which I need to go.
As always, thank you in advance for your assistance.