I just did an update from the Linux Mint package manager. I restarted my computer and the update messed tons of stuff up. (I think the main problem is the Nvidia driver that was updated... Even though I switched back to the Nouveau driver in the Driver Manager, the update is still messing things up).
Symptoms: Running in software rendering mode, really slow screen refreshing, dumbed down NVIDIA X Server app, no GPU rendering in Blender, second monitor not getting any signal, etc.
Anyhow, I pulled up the Synaptic Package Manager and looked at the update History and saw the following:
I'm assuming I can just sudo apt-get remove all the packages that were newly installed, but how can I revert the Nvidia packages that were upgraded to their previous version?
Thanks in advance!
(Something terrible happens every time Nvidia tries to update. Last time it wouldn't let my computer even boot. I think I've learned my lesson now, ha ha.)