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Linux kernel 3.3.5 has been released recently which offers more improvements for ARM-based systems and some PowerPC and x86 bug fixes. You can find here more details about this latest stable release along with its full changelog.

 In this page we will help you install Linux kernel 3.3.5 on Ubuntu 12.04/11.10  or older. There are two types of installation for Linux kernel in i386 platforms: PAE & non-PAE systems. To check if your CPU support PAE, run this command from the terminal:

grep --color=always -i PAE /proc/cpuinfo

Linux kernel 3.3.5 Installation

1. Ubuntu (i386 / 32-bit):

For systems with PAE support, you can install Linux kernel 3.3.5  with these commands:

cd /tmp && wget -O linux-headers-3.3.5_all.deb http://goo.gl/KgHn7


sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.3.5_all.deb


cd /tmp && wget -O linux-headers-3.3.5-generic-pae_i386.deb http://goo.gl/Nq96n


sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.3.5-generic-pae_i386.deb


cd /tmp && wget -O linux-image-3.3.5-generic-pae_i386.deb http://goo.gl/fMijs


sudo dpkg -i linux-image-3.3.5-generic-pae_i386.deb

2. For non-PAE systems (i386 / 32-bit), you can install Linux kernel 3.3.5 with these commands:

cd /tmp && wget -O linux-headers-3.3.5_all.deb http://goo.gl/KgHn7


sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.3.5_all.deb


cd /tmp && wget -O linux-headers-3.3.5-generic_i386.deb http://goo.gl/fUYGK


sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.3.5-generic_i386.deb


cd /tmp && wget -O linux-image-3.3.5-generic_i386.deb http://goo.gl/vkA9Y


sudo dpkg -i linux-image-3.3.5-generic_i386.deb

3. Ubuntu (amd64 / 64-bit):

For 64-bit systems, you can install Linux kernel 3.3.5 with these commands:

cd /tmp && wget -O linux-headers-3.3.5_all.deb http://goo.gl/KgHn7


sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.3.5_all.deb


cd /tmp && wget -O linux-headers-3.3.5-generic_amd64.deb http://goo.gl/YZ2Ri


sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.3.5-generic_amd64.deb


cd /tmp && wget -O linux-image-3.3.5-generic_amd64.deb http://goo.gl/4nfz8


sudo dpkg -i linux-image-3.3.5-generic_amd64.deb

When you finish, restart your system. You can run this command to check your current kernel version:

 uname -r

That's it!

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