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Posted 16 July 2012 - 06:46
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Posted 17 July 2012 - 05:32
A bit of googling revealed this to be a known issue with 12.04, however there's no mention of a specific kernel, which is unfortunate because this issue only started for me after I updated the kernel.
How can I install the 3.25 kernel and keep it alongwith the new kernel? I basically want the 3.25 kernel to appear in the grub kernel list which I see on boot up and want to be able to boot using that one.
Posted 17 July 2012 - 13:12
Just edit the Boot loader (grub) to show the prior kernel -- unless you used janitor it should still be there....
It hold onto the last 4 by default before it gets rid of them... just make the old one the default.
for gurb 2
I think it uses grub 2 --
You can also use the above to edit the boot order to default on the old kernel
There is no reason to reinstall the old-- it is still there--- It maintains the old for issues... such as a failed update in order to allow it to boot for a rescue or re-install.