• \[SOLVED\] LTS kernel


    Hi,

    coming from the Ubuntu / Mint / Debian universe, I thought it might be useful in case of emergency useful to have a back-up kernel. So I installed in addition to the default kernel the linux-lts kernel expecting it to show up in the grub menu somewhere. Alas, even thought it is in /boot, I don’t actually have a grub entry for it to boot from.

    Is there something wrong, or is it meant to be like that?

    Thanks and cheers!

    PS: not that I had need for a back-up kernel so far

    PPS: I also keep a couple of images of the root filesystem just in case!

    Dell Latitude E6230 with Intel i7, 8GB RAM, 500 GB SSD
    dual boot: Antergos and Debian Stretch both 64bit and running gnome-shell
    surviving in a Windows world with VMware WS and Codeweavers Crossover

  • Hi,

    coming from the Ubuntu / Mint / Debian universe, I thought it might be useful in case of emergency useful to have a back-up kernel. So I installed in addition to the default kernel the linux-lts kernel expecting it to show up in the grub menu somewhere. Alas, even thought it is in /boot, I don’t actually have a grub entry for it to boot from.

    Is there something wrong, or is it meant to be like that?

    Thanks and cheers!

    PS: not that I had need for a back-up kernel so far

    PPS: I also keep a couple of images of the root filesystem just in case!

    Dell Latitude E6230 with Intel i7, 8GB RAM, 500 GB SSD
    dual boot: Antergos and Debian Stretch both 64bit and running gnome-shell
    surviving in a Windows world with VMware WS and Codeweavers Crossover

  • Hi, Leaphorn, read the next post ( i think resolve your doubts ):

    [http://forum.antergos.com/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=2028][0]">viewtopic.php?f=21&t=2028

    Best Regards,

    Héctor.

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  • Hi Hector,

    thanks! Yes, that solved it. However, I had to do that [b:1ks7loim]after[/b:1ks7loim] I installed the LTS kernel not before as mentioned in the post.
    I suspect, this you have to do before:

    sudo chmod a-x /etc/grub.d/10\_antergos  
    sudo chmod a+x /etc/grub.d/10\_linux  
    
    

    and this after:

    sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
    

    Thanks and cheers!

    Dell Latitude E6230 with Intel i7, 8GB RAM, 500 GB SSD
    dual boot: Antergos and Debian Stretch both 64bit and running gnome-shell
    surviving in a Windows world with VMware WS and Codeweavers Crossover

  • Thank guys and geolab offcourse.

    Rocking Antergos with 3.14 lts now

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