Here is How to Change the Boot Order on a Linux Mint:
To change the boot order on a Linux Mint system, you can use the
grub-reboot command in the terminal. The
grub-reboot command allows you to select a specific entry from the boot menu to boot into.
Here’s an example of how to use
- Open a terminal window. You can do this by clicking on the terminal icon in the taskbar or by pressing
- Type the following command and press
- You will be prompted to enter the number of the entry that you want to boot into. Type the number of the entry and press
- Type your password when prompted and press
- Close the terminal window.
- Restart your computer. The system will now boot into the entry that you selected.
grub-reboot command only works if you have the GRUB bootloader installed on your system. Most Linux systems, including Linux Mint, use GRUB as the default bootloader.