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You can check the current kernel version in the repositories by apt-cache policy linux-image-generic You can see the kernel version used in the current system by uname -a For LTS Ubuntu versions the meta package may be different like linux-image-generic-lts-vivid for 3.19 kernel in 14.04.3. For LTS versions you can see all kernel versions by ...


Calibre's website advises against uses the distribution's package for this reason (It's typically outdated/buggy). And I didn't see any repositories with updated calibre, so apt-get wasn't looking like the best option. You can use wget, though, to download & install the binaries right from Calibre. Calibre's site instructs you to paste the following ...

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