How to Roll Back the Kernel in Linux

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How to Roll Back the Kernel in Linux

If your Linux PC suddenly has issues after an update to your system, it’s possible a Linux kernel update is at fault. Fortunately, rolling back or switching to another kernel is relatively easy to do on Debian, Arch, and Fedora systems. Here’s how.

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The kernel is an integral part of a Linux system, so depending on your device and setup, a kernel update has the potential to cause problems for you or for your installed applications. Issues can range from quirky graphics behavior to a totally unusable system. If your situation is the latter, you’re in a real pickle.

To remedy this problem, many modern distros keep an older or different kernel installed that you can access at boot. These will let you test the kernel for issues or recover from a system-breaking kernel update.

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