kittykernel is a cat-friendly, custom kernel manager for Linux Mint and other Debian derivates.
- Manages your kernels with a handy GUI
- Can install all kernels available in repos (e.g. low-latency)
- Can remove and/or purge multiple kernels to clean up /boot
- If available: scrolls to the currently selected kernel in the changelog
- Convinces users by using an alliteration for its name
Easiest and most common way: Just download the debian package under releases. This way, all necessary packages are installed.
Alternatively, download or clone the repository for the latest version. A handy install script is provided for convenience:
After this, just run kittykernel to start the cat-friendly kernel manager. An icon is inserted into the control panel for convenience.
At the moment, kittykernel is meant for testing environments only. Do not use in a productive environment!
Issues and Pull requests are always welcome!
The following screenshots give a first impression and do not show all features: