We now need to break down the menu entries within the file, identifying the core components so that we can understand how they relate to the system and, most importantly, how we can correct errors.
Each entry in the GRUB menu is known as a stanza, and each stanza will start with the
title word, containing three directives as follows:
The title of the stanza also becomes the displayed item in the menu. Let's consider a stanza that begins with the following title:
title CentOS 6.5 OS
The menu will display
CentOS 6.5 OS as the selectable item, and it is important to note that we do not add quotes around the text as they will also be displayed to the user. This ...