Stop booting into GRUB
I had a situation a few days ago after running up2date on a RedHat ES 4 box where my machine wouldn't boot.
I got that fixed (sort of) but now I boot directly into a GRUB prompt rather than booting up "like normal."
I can boot once I'm to the GRUB prompt by doing:
kernel /vmlinuz-2.6.9-78.0.13.EL ro root=/dev/md2 rhgb quiet
And then it does the normal "okay, booting the kernel" thing.
My /etc/grub/conf looks okay (just like what I manually enter into GRUB), as does the copy at /boot/grub/grub.conf and /boot/grub/menu.lst.
I am using software RAID 1 with two identical drives, if that matters.
Once the machine is "up" it behaves normally.
Surely there's some little setting somewhere that I can change from a "0" to a "1" so it doesn't make me interactively enter the kernel information every time I boot the machine.
If anyone has any ideas, I'd be happily open to them.
Thanks in advance!