3 steps to install latest kernel version on Ubuntu and other Debian-based systems

For many reasons you might want to install latest version of kernel on your favourite Linux distro and you have no idea how to do this so i come with this little guide. This is really easy and can be done within just 3 simple steps.

1. Go to http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/ and download packages for latest kernel available out there. To make things totally simple download packages to your /home directory.

2. Run terminal and type: sudo dpkg -i *.deb          this will install kernel from downloaded packages.

3. Type: sudo reboot

This will reboot your PC and since your OS is rebooted you can enjoy benefits of latest kernel. Method applies to most Debian-based Linux distros, for example: Ubuntu, *buntu, Mint, Debian, Pear OS, Elementary OS.

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