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Installing the package provides kernel, config, initramfs. I only install it for debug (dump) purposes, but presumably it also creates the entry in the boot menu (never really looked ...). Simply boot it.
I would be surprised if it helped, but ya gotta try ...
unplug the dsl cable, laptop crashes, or rather, freezes, only the power button can switch it off.
use an overhead projector, laptop won't switch off, screen stays alight.
I have posted what they asked for in bugzilla, but I am none the wiser, and the bug goes on! I have updated almost every day, hoping it would go away! This affects the laptop such that, the only way to get Fedora, or Ubuntu to boot after a crash, is to start Windows. Windows must do a basic reset of the hardware I presume. Then reboot and Linux works! This is a case of Windows saves Linux! I never use Windows, but I left it on the laptop just in case. Good thing I did!