Incorrect kernel selected to boot a detected Linux OS

Issue #25 resolved
Moises Henriquez
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When more than one kernel are available to boot one partition, the installer runs os-prober to find out how to boot the OS. The current setup takes the first line that os-prober spits out and processes the entry like that. If the user has more than one kernel, the kernel being used may not always be the first listed by os-prober. To resolve this issue, the installer should read the vmlinuz link and find out what it points to. Once that's resolved, copy that kernel to /boot and setup the menu entry

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