After upgrading from
Ubuntu 13.04 to
Intel VTune Amplifier stopped working.
As recommeded by developer I tried to reinstall the program and manually compile the needed drivers. However I got some compilation errors, so my next thought was to boot to previous kernel (by restarting and choosing
Advanced options from grub menu) and compile and run
VTune under it. Now when trying to compile I am facing this error:
ERROR: invalid or inaccessible kernel source directory "/usr/src/linux-3.5.0-34-generic" !
and when trying to get the header files, I am facing this:
E: Unable to locate package linux-headers-3.5.0-34-generic
So is it at all possible to boot to the old kernel to run some programs and otherwise use the new kernel ? And if so, how could I solve my problem above ?