[clug] Ubuntu Mainline Kernel
hal at ashburner.info
Wed Jan 8 00:59:00 MST 2014
If you install the most recent kernel by creating a deb with kernel-package
(make-kpkg is the command iirc but it's been a while)
does this deb then satisfy the dependency?
Or you did this and no dice?
On 8 January 2014 18:52, Brett Worth <brett.worth at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've recently had to upgrade my Kubuntu 13.10 system to use the latest
> stable mainline
> kernel i.e. 3.12.6-031206 to fix a regression that appeared in the
> handling of the bluetooth driver in my laptop.
> It's all fine now but the problem I'm having is with the Muon Update
> Manager. It wants to
> apply a kernel update which would get me to 3.11.0-15 i.e. bring my bug
> back. I've tried
> to apply other pending updates but unselecting the relevant kernel
> packages but it always
> wants to reselect them as a dependency for the other updates.
> Can someone tell me what I need to do to get the default kernel
> blacklisted from updates?
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