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Tutorial To Install Ukuu Kernel Management Tool In Linux

Insight: How To Install Ukuu Kernel Management Tool For Linux

In Linux, you can manage kernel of your distro via command line approach. If you are not fond of command line approach and want to manage kernel without having any hassle then Ukuu is for you. Ukuu is a GUI based kernel manager for Linux.

Ukuu is a GUI tool for installing the latest mainline Linux kernel on Ubuntu-based distributions. Ukuu fetches the list of kernels from kernel.ubuntu.com and informs you when a new kernel update is available via notifications. It also downloads and installs packages automatically.

Tutorial To Install Ukuu Kernel Management Tool For Linux

How To Install Ukuu Kernel Management Tool In Linux

In Ubuntu-based Distributions:

Run the following commands in a terminal window:

sudo apt-add-repository -y ppa:teejee2008/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ukuu

You can download the deb files from the link below for other version of Ubuntu:

Ukuu-latest-i386.deb 32 bit

ukuu-latest-amd64.deb (64-bit)

In Debian based distributions

DEB files for Debian based operating systems are available from following links:
ukuu-latest-i386.deb (32-bit)
ukuu-latest-amd64.deb (64-bit)

For Other Linux Distributions

Download the installer from the following links to install Ukuu in other Linux operating systems:

ukuu-latest-i386.run (32-bit)

ukuu-latest-amd64.run (64-bit)

How To Remove Ukuu From Linux

Run the following commands in a terminal window:

sudo apt-get purge ukuu

 

 



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