How to Install Linux Kernel 4.20 in Ubuntu / Linux Mint

Linux Kernel 4.20 was released a few days ago. Linus Torvalds announced: Let’s face it, last week wasn’t quite as quiet as I would have hoped for, but there really doesn’t seem to be any point to delay 4.20 because everybody is already taking a break. And it’s not like there are any known issues,… Continue reading How to Install Linux Kernel 4.20 in Ubuntu / Linux Mint

Linux Kernel 4.19 Released, How to Install it in Ubuntu

Linux Kernel 4.19 LTS (Long Term Support) was released yesterday. Instead of Linus, Greg KH announced the new 4.19 release and wrote lots of words: While it was not the largest kernel release every by number of commits, it was larger than the last 3 releases, which is a non-trivial thing to do. After the… Continue reading Linux Kernel 4.19 Released, How to Install it in Ubuntu

How to Install Linux Kernel 4.18 in Ubuntu, Linux Mint

Linus Torvalds finally announced the release of Linux Kernel 4.18 yesterday afternoon. He wrote in lkml.org: It was a very calm week, and arguably I could just have released on schedule last week, but we did have some minor updates. Mostly networking, but some vfs race fixes (mentioned in the rc8 announment as “pending”) and… Continue reading How to Install Linux Kernel 4.18 in Ubuntu, Linux Mint

UKTools – Another Tool to Install the latest Linux Kernels in Ubuntu

There’s already a graphical tool called Ukuu which make it easy to install the latest Linux Kernels in Ubuntu and Linux Mint. Today I’m going to show you a new command line tool called UKTools which provides: uktools-upgrade, one command to install the latest Linux kernel (stable) from kernel.ubuntu.com. uktools-purge, one command to remove old… Continue reading UKTools – Another Tool to Install the latest Linux Kernels in Ubuntu