Hello everyone. I'm hoping to resurrect this thread, since I have been beating my head over the desk trying to figure this issue out myself.
I'm running CentOS. When I boot with the keyboard/mouse plugged in, the unit boots fine and the screen goes straight into the
"Press any key to enter the menu"
Booting CentOS (2.6.18-274.7.1.e15) in 2 seconds...
But when I unplug the keyboard/mouse and boot, the grub screen shows up with a choice of two kernels to boot from:
GNU GRUB version 0.97 (630K lower / 1034440K upper memory)
Both of these screens have the CentOS blue backdrop with white flower pattern.
I've tried the suggestions below in /etc/grub.conf
Still no go. I even removed the titles in /etc/grub.conf, which I figured wouldn't work but I'll try anything at this point. Still having the same issue.
It wouldn't be an issue if the timeout would just work. But as it is now, a user must choose which kernel to boot from when the keyboard/mouse is not plugged in.
If anyone has run into this before, or if you have any suggestions then I would be more than grateful.