What are the differences between the Linux kernel we use for embedded system and the kernel we use for our PC? Is the embedded kernel and light-weight version of the PC kernel? (may be a silly question)
I have a simple practical question about applications develop on my embedded device.
Usually I use linux/windows on my host to deveop applications and see it simulated on my desktop pc.
When application running here, then I cross compile for my device and run on target with “qt for embedded” library installed.
My question is about qt version.
Normally in my host I have a qt version
I got a pop-up message that my version of the kernel was going out of support and I installed the new version from the provided link but ever since then my internet connection is not working. How do I roll-back my current kernel version to the previous one? I am running Ubuntu Precise 12.04 and the new version of the kernel 3.13.032-generic.
I just updated my Ubuntu 14.04 and got a new kernel. This new kernel is not working properly for me so I booted the previous version. Let's call this good old working version "3.13.0-24.47".
Now, I want to keep this "3.13.0-24.47" version until I decide to delete it manually. I want to be able to upgrade my kernel each time there is a new version in hope of getting the one which works again.