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Aarch64debianhi01:13
Aarch64debiani already had 5.15.0.17 linux image01:14
Aarch64debianhow do i upgrade01:14
guivercAarch64debian, `apt full-upgrade` should upgrade kernels.. 5.15.0-18-generic is latest for jammy (I believe; what I have installed anyway)01:30
Bashing-om!linux-image-generic01:31
Bashing-om!info linux-image-generic jammy01:32
ubottulinux-image-generic (5.15.0.17.17, jammy): Generic Linux kernel image. In component main, is optional. Built by linux-meta. Size 3 kB / 19 kB. (Only available for amd64, armhf, arm64, powerpc, ppc64el, s390x.)01:32
Bashing-omguiverc: Our bot behind the times ? https://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=linux-generic&searchon=names&suite=jammy&section=all >> 5.15.0.18.18: amd64 arm64 armhf ppc64el s390x .01:34
guivercthe bot did report on what i'm running; the 0-18 was what upgraded this morning that I've not yet booted into01:37
Bashing-omguiverc: :D Appears however that .18 is the latest version.01:38
Aarch64debianthe bot did report on what i'm running 01:38
Aarch64debianare you sure full upgrade will clean the old kernels01:47
guivercit's what i use; the actual command I use is `sudo apt update; sudo apt full-upgrade ; sudo apt autoclean; sudo apt autoremove; neofetch`   (autoclean & autoremove I do afterwards you'll notice; i read output as my upgrades aren't usually that many as I run that many times per day)01:49
Aarch64debianneofetch`01:53
Aarch64debianwhat this do01:54
guivercdisplays some details about box with pretty graphic... (just habit; also neofetch is pretty easy to ^R search purposes as I only use it with 'normal' upgrades01:54
guivercAarch64debian, https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/x6d6xZgRQ4/   will show the output; alas not as pretty as it appears on screen... 01:56
guiverchttps://github.com/dylanaraps/neofetch for details on the tool; but I use ubuntu repo version01:57
Aarch64debian5.15 uses more mem02:40
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