Updating ubuntu command line
The next step is to update your system’s repository index through the following command: This helps you in installing the latest available version of a software from the Internet.
Now that you are done with adding the PPA, use the following apt-get command as sudo in order to install UKUU to your system: The system might ask you the password for sudo and also provide you with a Y/n option to continue the installation.
It is best to research a bit on what the kernel you want to upgrade to has to offer.
Select the kernel version you want to upgrade to from the list and then click the install button.
Click OK after reading the way out if you face any such problem.
In order for the new kernel to become operational, reboot your system.
The process may take some time depending on your Internet speed.
This is how the list would look like: The latest available version, at the time of writing, was Linux 5.0.10.Important: If you encounter a glitch at boot or after you log in, you can easily boot from an older kernel.Restart your system and press Shift at boot, a list will appear from which you can select an older kernel version to boot from.Now that we know our kernel version, we are in a better position to decide which version we would like to update it to.The UKUU utility is not available on the official Ubuntu repositories but the Tee Jee PPA is where you will always find the latest version of UKUU.
We have run the commands and procedures mentioned in this article on a Ubuntu 18.04 LTS system.