I have found my machine to be unstable with 3.2.0-58. Since starting to run 3.2.0-57 my machine has been much more stable, and I would like to remove 188.8.131.52 from my machine, partly so that I boot into 3.2.0-57 by default, and partly to keep things tidy. I followed the advice in this answer and searched for 3.2.0-58 in synaptic, selected the 4 modules that were found, right clicked and chose
Mark for Removal and got this dialog
It looks like by removing 3.2.0-58 I'll remove linux itself! This isn't a good idea is it? I'm not running 3.2.0-58
$ uname -r 3.2.0-57-generic
How should I remove the latest kernel? Or is it too difficult / risky?
(Apologies if this is a duplicate, I did search but the posts I found were to do with removing old kernels.)