What led up to the situation?

Attempting to convert machine from 32bit to 64bit
I found that attempting to make the amd64 kernel the default boot
kernel failed.

 * What exactly did you do (or not do) that was effective (or

Goolged the segfault message, no joy.

 * What was the outcome of this action?

The boot order in grub does not get updated.

 * What outcome did you expect instead?

That the boot order gets updated.

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