I'd like someone to enlighten me as to what exactly goes on with
aptitude when I want a kernel.
As we all know, there's pretty much the following kernel option:
This morning I did an install and it had
linux-image-generic on it, so I ran the following:
apt-get -y remove linux-image-*
This removed all my kernels as expected, I followed suit with running:
apt-get install linux-image-virtual
Says I've installed
Am I missing something here, because I checked twice and it did it twice, however if I manually select a kernel (in my instance I used:
linux-image-2.6.35-30-virtual) it will install
This seems rather strange to me?
Details: Running Ubuntu 9.10
Am I missing something? :)