I recently bought a SATA 3 SSD drive to upgrade my old computer. I installed Fedora 32 on it, resized LVM partitions on existing HDD, etc. To my surprise, grub2 no longer shows the menu to choose the kernel to boot up with. There are three kernels in my system. I do a
grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/grub2/grub.cfg but is useless.
This is very important to me just in case [No Internet connection after upgrading to Fedora 31](http://this bug) came up again.
Did anybody face the same problem?