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If you do not want apt to upgrade the 3.13 kernels, remove meta packages by sudo apt-get remove linux-image-generic linux-headers-generic If you want to get updates for the 4.2 kernel, install the meta package for it by sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-wily The 4.2 is shipped with Ubuntu 14.04.4 by default. You have older meta packages because ...


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Fascinating, people are mostly after upgrades rather than downgrades! In your case you want to revert from Xenial's version 3.4.3 to Trusty's version 3.3.1 which is easy enough to do with a few relatively straightforward steps: Activate 'Sources': Give access to the Sources used to build the gthumb package by following the trail below and clicking on the '...


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I just shut down a couple of times the system and now audio is working again, even though I do not get any ubuntu starting drum sound


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Currently, you have .deb packages with gedit 3.10 for Ubuntu 16.04 here: gedit gedit-common You can download them (choose package depending on your architecture) and install. For instance: sudo dpkg -i gedit_3.10.4-0ubuntu13_amd64.deb gedit-common_3.10.4-0ubuntu13_all.deb (This command will uninstall your current version of gedit and install the new ...


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Adapting http://www.webupd8.org/2013/11/how-to-downgrade-proposed-repository.html and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed, the packages installed from the xenial-proposed repository can be downgraded by doing the following: Disable the xenial-proposed repository in software-properties-gtk as you have suggested. In /etc/apt/preferences.d, create ...



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