This is my first time posting here, and my first month of linux system ownership. I really enjoy using it, when I can figure it out
, and am looking forward to gettin rid of Vista on my other partition. Anyway, the point is, I have Mint 5 running on my toshiba satellite (with the AR5007eg lol) pretty well, apart from the 45% wifi reception sitting RIGHT next to my AP thanks to MadWifi. It has the 2.6.24-19-generic kernel. Everything was working fine, sound, ati x1250, until I had to push my luck. I was looking through the Adept package manager, and I just kind of randomly clicked upgrade on things i thought sounded good. I did not realize this could damage my computer. Looking back this was idiotic, but i thought at the time an upgrade would only UPGRADE the system
. Well i shut it down when i was done, and when i turned it back on this morning, my grub menu had 2 extra choices for a 2.6.24-22-generic kernel in regular and recovery. I booted into the regular and just got a white screen with black and green bars. I then hit power and rebooted into 19, and saw in konqueror that there is now 2 of everything in the /boot dir 1 for 19 and 1 for 22. Is there a way to revert back to 2.6.24-19-generic only? I tried looking at a history of some kind in adept but it doesnt seem to have recorded what i downloaded. If anyone could help me without taking too much trouble I would REALLY appreciate it. I really dont want to reinstall Mint for the 6th time now.(trial and error, right?) oh and sorry bout the novel....