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Kernels: Installing and Removing.

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Before you begin, I advise you to make a back up of your system. Anytime you want to play with the kernel, boot partition or BIOS, ALWAYS make a back up.

There's many ways to achieve the goal of installing a different kernel in Linux, but by far the easiest I've seen is, the Ubuntu mainline tool.

From instruction found on Launchpad - To get started add the ppa to your sources and update apt.

sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:cappelikan/ppa
sudo apt update

Then install the App.

sudo apt install -y mainline

If you now go to "All Software" by pressing super + a, you will see the "Ubuntu Mainline Kernel Installer". Open the program and let it "refresh". It may take a while, but when it's done, you'll be able to install which ever available kernel you like.
 

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