I have, in the last few weeks, compiled a lot of kernels (with
Well, I have installed these kernel-image-blah.deb's, but without
removing the old ones. dpkg -l shows
ii kernel-image-2. # <-- dpk -l does not show more of the package
How can I safely remove the old ones (whose files were overwritten by
the newer ones) ?
I could make a 2.4.5 kernel and remove all the 2.4.3.deb's, but will
this work? won't dpkg complain about files that are not there but should
Did you know that if you play a Windows 2000 cd backwards, you
will hear the voice of Satan?
That's nothing! If you play it forward, it'll install Windows 2000.