How to Install Linux Kernel 4.2 on Ubuntu, Debian, and Linux Mint

If you’re running a supported Ubuntu, Debian GNU/Linux, or Linux Mint distribution, and you want to run the latest Linux kernel 4.2, you should follow the next instructions. But first, make sure you have a recent backup of your most important work. Arne Exton’s kernel is based on the upstream Linux kernel 4.2 and has been engineered to work on 64-bit versions of any supported Ubuntu, Linux Mint, or Debian distribution.

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