Change Order Boot in Grub2

 Hi, I am instaled AlmaLinux 8.4 and i updated my kernel.  The default kernel is 4.18.0-305.el8.x86_64 And after update to version 4.18.0-348.12.2.el8_5.x86_64 .

 Now, the first order boot is 4.18.0-348   and this kernel do not have the driver my Perc SCSI Controler.  And my system don´t start.  

 I need to set the keyboard to second choice the Local Machine to My System Started.

How to return kernel 4.18.0-305.el8.x86_64 to first option ?  Where i found this configuration into the Grub ?

Thanks for Help-Me

How did you get driver for the older kernel?

I did not know that Red Hat would remove device support in point update.

Find kernel for the new kernel.

Hi, My server is Dell R410 and this Hardware have one controller and driver this controller was moved for the new version Centos8, AlmaLinux, RockLinux. Look Bellow what i do to install AlmaLinux into the Dell R410.

Looks like you did install the kmod-mptsas from ELRepo for Alma 8.4, but haven’t updated that driver when you installed the 8.5’s kernel.

Thanks for Answer. I solved my problem with 2 commands Bellow.

grub2-set-default 2
grub2-editenv list