I want to change gnome 5.9 kernel into 5.4 lts can anyone help me
First things first.
- Do you have kernel 5.4 installed? If not, open launcher and search for “Manjaro Settings”. In there you should see the option to install the desired kernel.
- You will need to reboot your computer and catch the grub. The way I do it is to press esc after the ability to get to BIOS but before the start-up actually happens. You can make things easier for you by opening up terminal and put in
sudo nano /etc/default/grub. There you would like to change the line
GRUB_TIMEOUT_STYLE=menu, save changes and then do
sudo update-grub. This will put up grub menu at boot. There you go into “Advanced settings” (if I remember correctly) and change the kernel you would like to run.
thank you so much
I literally created an account just so that I could thank you! I had been searching around looking for exactly this and had ended up down several rabbit holes that were not right. Your answer was just what I was missing!
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