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Ukuu(Ubuntu Kernel update utiliy) is a pretty useful tool. It’s a simple tool in which you install, uninstall, upgrade or delete kernels from your system. The process of upgrading the kernel using ukuu is also quite simple. Of course, we first need to install the utility. So, run the terminal and use these commands in order to install the ukuu utiliy:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:teejee2008/ppa
sudo apt update
sudo apt install ukuu
Start the ukuu. Utility will first scan for all kernel versions and display it. You’ll then get a list of all discovered kernel versions, including the new ones, of course. Then just select the kernel you want to install and click on the install button.
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