Small mini update, so I did some reading and apparently was missing the correct LTS packages on my system. I installed the following this morning:
After installing everything, I updated Grub and had the NEW LTS options come up in my Grub boot menu:
- My original thought was the “Antergos Linux - Fallback” was the LTS option? But after installing the LTS packages, it looks like this is a separate boot option entirely. Can anyone explain what this Fallback boot option is used for please? When I select it, it appears to just boot the normal latest Linux Kernel without any changes that I can tell.
- Besides the Linux LTS and LTS Headers packages, do I need to install anything else for the LTS installation to work correctly?
The good news is that the LTS Kernel works under the new LTS Boot options, and it is NOT the latest bleeding edge 5.2 Kernel. So, it looks like a safety net is working properly. Do I need to do any additional steps so things don’t accidentally get upgraded on the LTS Boot Option?
Thanks again for everyone’s time and help, it is greatly appreciated!