sgosnell wrote:It's not necessarily done. And as already asked, are you sure you have installed new kernels? How did you do it? Do they show up in Synaptic?
sgosnell wrote:I haven't seen a new kernel show up in updates for awhile.
vrkalak wrote:sgosnell wrote:I haven't seen a new kernel show up in updates for awhile.
To get your newest installed kernel upgrade to show up in the Splash/Log-in screen you MUST do a sudo update-grub ... even, if it looks like it was already done during the kernel install.
I always like to keep two kernels showing in Grub ... the newest and the original 'stable' (as a back-up)
robfish wrote:I checked synaptic, and it shows package linux-image-2.6.32-5-amd64 Installed and latest version is 2.6.32-30
which suggests that the latest is NOT installed.
Should I be manually installing the latest?
Is this possibly the same issue that the original poster has?
Package: linux-image-2.6.32-5-686 (2.6.32-30)
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