Updating ubuntu command line
UKUU or Ubuntu Kernel Update Utility is used for installing mainline Linux kernels on Ubuntu-based distributions.
Once the downloading and installation is complete, you will be able to see a Close button at the bottom of the window. You might then be presented with the following dialog: Please read this information carefully as you might encounter one of the mentioned problems.
In this article, we will describe how a user can update Kernel to a newer version through the UKUU utility.
This includes installing the software on your system and then downloading and updating your kernel through it.
Now that we know our kernel version, we are in a better position to decide which version we would like to update it to.
The UKUU utility is not available on the official Ubuntu repositories but the Tee Jee PPA is where you will always find the latest version of UKUU.