How You Can Easily Swap Linux Kernels with Ubuntu Mainline

Did you know that Ubuntu users have access to a repository containing alternative Linux kernels? With Ubuntu’s “Mainline” kernels (and matching app) you can easily start hopping kernels almost as often as you hop distros.

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00:00 – Intro
02:04 – A few quick disclaimers
02:57 – Adding the Ubuntu Mainline Kernel PPA
04:01 – Installing the Mainline app via apt (try saying that three times fast)
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05:46 – Checking out the Mainline kernel app after installation
08:31 – Trying out a mainline kernel after installation
11:12 – Uninstalling a Linux kernel installed through the Mainline app

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