I have gone through many posts, and many threads of the last 30 minutes reading about Linux kernels. The problem I am having is I upgraded to the latest mainline kernel back when it fixed the processor exploits.
The kernel was unstable, and I had a lot of problems with programs. Now I would like to move to the latest STABLE kernel. There are many duplicate threads, but from my understanding the mainline kernels are not stable - but they are the latest. I would like to locate the latest stable kernel besides the LTS kernels.
Does apt-cache display the latest stable kernel?
When I run the command apt-cache linux-image I am presented with all of these:
I could not post the list due to the limit of characters
I have chosen to install linux-image-4.15.0-041500rc7-generic - Linux kernel image for version 4.15.0 on 64 bit x86 SMP for now since it is listed, but I am unsure if this is even a stable kernel under their stable line?