I use Ubuntu 16.04, but with the latest stable kernel used Ubuntu Kernel Upgrade Utility, which uses the kernels from the kernel.ubuntu.com.
I had something problem, why I started to use fresh kernels, but unfortunately, I do not remember :(.
So, only alone solution to work my apps used snap to back an older kernel?
Is this a snap error or not?
$ snap version
you are using an untested and unverified kernel, there will be a 4.13 kernel package in the linux-hwe stack eventually, if you stick with linux-hwe everything will work and you do not run your system atop of an untested kernel with potential bugs and security holes … is there any particular reason that you do use this specific test kernel ?
I wrote that I started to use UKUU, because I have some kind of problem (I do not remember it) and it could be solved with a new kernel.
By the way, how can I know that a kernel version is untested, etc? I thought the not rc versions are tested, stable versions.
But, I read about new kernel policy of Ubuntu, and then I will try hwe solution.