RE: dpkg won't remove a kernel-image package
You probably should rebuild the kernel using the debian kernel build package and make kpgk. I am not sure if you would 'get into trouble' just deleting the kernel image, boot and map files by hand or not (the system should boot ok but I am not sure how dpkg would 'feel' about their not being present).
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