I accidentally (screwed up basically) installed a kernel (did not reboot) but I would like to get rid of that install so that I do not have the message that a reboot is required (not just hiding the message).
Is there a way of doing this?
Many Thanks - Nigel.
Ubuntu Linux 20.04.1
Linux 5.4.0-62-generic on x86_64
I was up shit creek without a paddle with something like this till Ilia helped me out. See
Operating system: Debian
OS version: 9
I need help with removing a buggy package / kernel.
I have, unfortunately, already applied the package linux-image-4.9.0-14-amd64 version: 4.9.240-1 and if I reboot the server, it will not come up again due to this bug:
This is how things are at the moment: buggy kernel has been applied and server asking to be rebooted
I want to remove the buggy package linux-image…
Usually if you haven’t rebooted, you can safely uninstall the new kernel version, then when you reboot the system will revert to the previous latest kernel version.
If you need further assistance, feel free to reach out.
Peter Knowles | TPN Solutions
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