PhillW at Ubuntu.com
Thu Aug 29 15:18:01 UTC 2013
Lars, you *may* be able to grab a kernel using
http://forum.phillw.net/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=35 at the line
apt-get install linux-image
put in wild-card so that it only grabs *3.11.0-3*
If not, then you'll have to grab the a3 iso.
On 29 August 2013 16:12, Lars Noodén <lars.nooden at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 29.08.2013 18:07, John Hupp wrote:
> > On 8/29/2013 10:22 AM, Lars Noodén wrote:
> >> On 29.08.2013 16:53, John Hupp wrote:
> >>> Following Leszek's thought about the kernel: if it is happening several
> >>> times a day, can you boot to an earlier kernel for the next couple
> >> I can try that if I can get an old kernel or two back on the system.
> >> The older kernels are gone from my system, even APT's cache. I've
> >> looked around a bit and tried a few things but can't find where to get
> >> the old kernels manually. How do I get at them? apt -f seems not to be
> >> the right way:
> >> $ sudo apt-get -f install linux-image-3.11.0-3-generic
> >> Reading package lists... Done
> >> Building dependency tree
> >> Reading state information... Done
> >> linux-image-3.11.0-3-generic is already the newest version.
> >> 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 46 not upgraded.
> >> Regards,
> >> /Lars
> > So you *upgraded* to Saucy and the older kernels are no longer
> > available? (On PC architecture at least, holding down the Shift key
> > during boot causes the Grub menu to appear with an Advanced option, and
> > choosing that brings up all previously-installed kernels available for
> > boot.)
> It was a fresh install of Saucy a few weeks ago. I've done updates with
> APT daily. Probably one of the times I ran 'apt-get autoremove' purged
> the old kernel(s). They used to be there a while ago, but right now I
> have only the one kernel in place. I've seen the Advanced option in
> grub and used it in the past to select older kernels, but right now the
> question is how to get one of the old kernels back on the disk. I could
> not find the .deb file in the archive.
> Maybe it's there and I don't know the right directory.
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