I recently had some troubles booting my Ubuntu server so I decided to boot an older kernel, remove the new kernel and reinstall it. All of that went according to plan.
According to this command the new kernel is installed:
dpkg -l | grep linux-headers
The problem is upon rebooting, the new kernel is not in the grub list???
I already did a:
sudo update-grub which ran without errors.
/boot I can't find any new kernel files there even though the new kernel is installed.
How do I get my new kernel files in
/boot so I can run it?