I followed the instructions from MTE on how to speed up my Ubuntu, and the first thing I did was remove older kernel images as well as shorten the available kernel versions list.
What I did next was:
I believe the kernels listed above were the versions I have had installed before I did the things listed in clause 4 of the MTE guide.
Start-Date: 2013-11-02 12:59:45
Commandline: aptdaemon role='role-remove-packages' sender=':1.108'
Remove: linux-headers-3.5.0-40-generic:i386 (3.5.0-40.62~precise1), linux-image-3.5.0-40-generic:i386 (3.5.0-40.62~precise1), linux-headers-3.5.0-40:i386 (3.5.0-40.62~precise1), linux-headers-3.5.0-41:i386 (3.5.0-41.64~precise1), linux-headers-3.5.0-39:i386 (3.5.0-39.60~precise1), linux-headers-3.5.0-41-generic:i386 (3.5.0-41.64~precise1), linux-image-3.5.0-41-generic:i386 (3.5.0-41.64~precise1), linux-headers-3.5.0-39-generic:i386 (3.5.0-39.60~precise1), linux-image-3.5.0-39-generic:i386 (3.5.0-39.60~precise1)
End-Date: 2013-11-02 13:01:40
After the update my kernel version changed to:
Well, the problem with 3.9.2-ck1 is that networking manager is acting really strange: it does not start up at system boot, and the networking indicator on the media control panel blinks constantly after I choose "Wireless network".
My question is, how do I revert to an older kernel version, say, 3.5.0-40.62~precise1, given that I don't have it present in my system?