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    Re: update rage, kernel fail

    Quote Originally Posted by YannBuntu View Post
    Hello



    I highly recommend you:
    1) test the very last kernel: http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa....7-rc8-raring/
    2) if the 3.7-rc8 kernel fails too, create a bug report on Launchpad.net (via the 'ubuntu-bug linux' command)

    If you don't, you won't be able to use next Ubuntu releases.
    Hello!

    My laptop is Toshiba Satellite L755D with CPU:AMD A6-3420M and Graphs: ATI Radeon 6520 HD. It has the same purple screen problem as Forbees's when it is running Ubuntu 12.10 Desktop and the kernel is 3.5.0-19.

    I'll test the last kernel, too.

    If it doesn't work, I'll report the bug and post it here.

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    Re: update rage, kernel fail

    let me know if it works for you, i'm currently fighting a raid battle so i'm not quite ready yet to start testing this


    but if it works for you i might not put it on the back burner

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    Re: update rage, kernel fail

    Quote Originally Posted by lisboa View Post
    Hello, Forbees!

    My laptop has the same problem as yours, I deleted the Kernel 3.5.0-19 but I don't know how to edit grub to auto boot in the old kernel.

    I have already tried the Grub Customizer 3.0.2. There is no boot options in the folder "Advanced Options for Ubuntu" and I need some suggestions.

    Appreciate your help!



    sorry i missed your post!
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=10340183

    Grub Customizer is what i used also - the above link had a helpful thread

    essentially in the "General Settings" tab i just selected the kernel. for me it was "entry 3>1(by postition)" when you select the entry it should tell you what kernel

    if for some reason that doesn't work try booting into the old kernel and under the same tab in grub customizer select "previously booted entry"

    hopefully it works for you

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