Here’s a new kernel manager for Antergos, and it should work also on Arch.
To install it, just download the PKGBUILD file from https://github.com/manuel-192/akm/raw/master/PKGBUILD and install it with command:
in the directory where the PKGBUILD file exists. The program installs as file /usr/bin/akm.
To use it, run a terminal command
with root/sudo permissions. So far I didn’t create a .desktop file that you could simply click to start the manager. But it is quite easy to do yourself, too. I plan to include it in the PKGBUILD later.
Here are a couple of tiny pictures about it. The first is how the main window looks like:
And this is what you get if you run it as a non-privileged user:
The program installs/removes/downgrades the kernels that you see above. It also manages related kernel header packages. It requires packages yad, downgrade and xterm to be installed, and warns if they are not.
So try it and enjoy! :)