After the latest
apt update I have kernel 4.13 on my Ubuntu 16.04 LTS machine. Now I have two problems:
The display freezes sometimes after some minutes (using NVIDIA driver 384.111).
I cannot use VMWare Player 12 because the creation of the vmnet module fails (VMWare Player 14 works, but I don't have a license for that version).
Therefore I want to switch back to 4.10 and prevent Ubuntu from updating the kernel to 4.13 (updates of the 4.10 kernel should be allowed). How can I achieve this? I found that there is the
apt-mark hold command, but how do I define that only the 4.13 is not used any more whereas the update of 4.10 still works?