Assuming you're on 16.04 (since you're talking about the 4.4 kernel), I think you want the linux-image-generic-hwe-16.04-edge package. http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?suite=xenial&searchon=names&keywords=linux-image-generic https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/RollingLTSEnablementStack#hwe-16.04-edge -- Benjamin Woodruff [log in to unmask] On Fri, Mar 17, 2017, at 07:22 PM, Eben King wrote: > I have this process that runs "tail -f" on a number of logs. Recently, > I've > noticed a crash (module report, etc) but I'm never there when it happens. > Today, I got interested enough to look up the error. > > I found a report with the same error on a Skylake system when monitors > are > connected, or when the user returns to X from text mode. My CPU is an i5 > (Skylake core? stepping?) and the error happens when I reconnect > monitors, > and also when I return to X from text-mode. So I'm fairly sure we're > talking about the same error. > > The fix has been rolled into the 4.8 kernel; I run 4.4.0-22. What's the > Ubuntu-blessed way of upgrading? I thought upgrading linux-image-generic > would do it, but that only wants to upgrade me to a later 4.4 kernel. > > -- > -eben [log in to unmask] ebmanda.redirectme.net:81 > Logic is a systematic method of coming to > the wrong conclusion with confidence.