I have done so, (I am affraid I wasn't clear before, I meant that earlier) , I unchecked everything related to kernel. Anyway it installed it , and the procedure to uninstall didn't work for me. So I booted again into kernel 4.13 from Grub menu, which is tough, since holding "tab" not always work., and started removing it from "synaptics", I know this was "reckles"
and as that didn't solved the issue, I booted again into kernel 4.13 and I managed to do this in order
dpkg -l | grep linux
sudo apt-get remove linux-image-4.15.0-30-generic
sudo apt-get remove linux-image-extra-4.13.0-37-generic
sudo apt-get remove linux-image-unsigned-4.15.0-30-generic
sudo apt-get remove linux-modules-4.15.0-30-generic
sudo apt-get remove linux-modules-extra-4.15.0-30-generic
Then there was some packages about which it said they could be remove like this
sudo apt autoremove amd64-microcode intel-microcode iucode-tool libllvm5.0 libllvm5.0:i386
at this part I have to rush to write "S", to avoid gettting overide.Right now I am able to start my system again under
Questión How can we avoid instaling a latest Kernels when it isn't necesary.
I come from LM and the updater manager there alows to see all kernels install , this in a separate tab, and mark with a "high" level so users can avoid installing "high risk" updates (setting it in preferences). I only say this not to by critic, please forgive If I sound wrong.
Ps: by the way thanks for letting the team know about my IP issue. It is solved now. Let them know about our manual translation project, I would like to be useful to this comunity.
Ps2: In the process I lost my virtual machine, it seems that "deleting" it from the Virtual Box program deletes forever....I have a back up