In order to get up-to-date with some kernel libraries, I tried to upgrade my Ubuntu 13.10 using
sudo apt-get install dist-upgrade. However, after upgrading it the results were not satisfactory at all and, as a matter of fact, I am experiencing some performance issues now and slow booting…
I browsed several forums and solutions in order to rollback my system as it was before upgrade. However I didn't find an official solution so far, such as
apt-get rollback ... sort of.
The most reasonable (and smart) solution I have found it was look up at the
/var/log/apt/history.log and browse the content for the latest upgrade to find the previous libraries versions and manually reinstalling each one of them (and removing the new ones prior).
There is a reasonable solution that helped me out to figure this workaround.
However, I was wondering if maybe someone has knowledge about any official tool to perform such rollback operation.
Does anyone has any ideas to rollback an upgraded system?
I would really appreciate any efforts, thanks in advance!