I am developing a new debugging technique bc my ubuntu crashes. I had this idea of running with older kernels and see if they behave better/worse. I know how to find kernel version using a command. What I like to know if there is a message written in system logs showin g the kernel version. And if there is no version written in the logs, I would strongly suggest that it is put in. Namely after boot, the first line would say this is kernel 3.2.0-48-generic #74-Ubuntu SMP, or whatever. thank you for listening
The kernel version is written to the file
The information is written into the third line.