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Apr
7
accepted New 14.04.4 LTS server install got kernel 4.2
Apr
7
revised New 14.04.4 LTS server install got kernel 4.2
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Apr
6
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Apr
6
comment New 14.04.4 LTS server install got kernel 4.2
Feel free to mark this as a duplicate if that is more appropriate.
Apr
6
comment New 14.04.4 LTS server install got kernel 4.2
This page just answered my own question. Will you add this quote to your answer, then I'll accept it? "The Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases. These can be installed manually, or are automatically shipped if installing from 12.04.2/14.04.2 and newer release media."
Apr
4
comment New 14.04.4 LTS server install got kernel 4.2
Ah! So, I also have another 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04 box that has been upgraded from 14.04.1 to 14.04.4. Why didn't that one get the 4.2 kernel?
Apr
4
asked New 14.04.4 LTS server install got kernel 4.2
Mar
18
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
16
revised Can't connect to PPTP VPN with ufw enabled on Ubuntu 14.04 with kernel 3.18
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Feb
23
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Feb
23
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Feb
23
comment Is there a “.d” directory to use to load modules at boot time, opposed to /etc/modules?
/etc/modules-load.d works for me on Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS 64-bit desktop, but I don't recall ever installing systemd... maybe there's some kind of systemd/upstart bridge in 14.04?
Feb
23
revised Can't connect to PPTP VPN with ufw enabled on Ubuntu 14.04 with kernel 3.18
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Feb
23
revised Can't connect to PPTP VPN with ufw enabled on Ubuntu 14.04 with kernel 3.18
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Feb
23
answered Can't connect to PPTP VPN with ufw enabled on Ubuntu 14.04 with kernel 3.18
Feb
23
comment Is there a “.d” directory to use to load modules at boot time, opposed to /etc/modules?
Didn't work for me.
Feb
23
answered Is there a “.d” directory to use to load modules at boot time, opposed to /etc/modules?
Jan
21
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
10
comment Why does emptying the rubbish bin in nautilus take so long?
rm -rf ~/.local/share/Trash might be faster. See askubuntu.com/a/468722/2273
Jul
11
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