Updating kernel in linux mint

The Ubuntu Kernel Team has made the DEB packages for the new kernel, available for download at the link below: Download Kernel 4.10 (deb) NOTE that Canonical does not support these Kernel packages. For the Desktop users, you can also use Ukuu a simple graphical tool to install the latest kernels.For Ubuntu Server or those who prefer the command line, install them via following commands: For 64-bit system: cd /tmp/ wget dpkg -i *cd /tmp/ wget dpkg -i *I'm a freelance blogger who started using Ubuntu 5 years ago and wishes to share my experiences and some useful tips with Ubuntu beginners and lovers.Note that this command doesn't affect your system.

It’s been quiet since rc8, but we did end up fixing several small issues, so the extra week was all good.So we have about 13,000 commits (not counting merges – that would be another 1200 commits if you count those).The work is all over, obviously – the shortlog below is just the changes in the last week, since rc8.Upgrading to a newer package base is not trivial and it should not be performed by novice users.You need to know how to type commands and read their output. During the upgrade you'll need to understand the output of APT commands.

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