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Re: Removing redundant kernels

On (03/11/06 17:24), Peter Hillier-Brook wrote:
> Following updates I find I have several redundant kernels and 
> corresponding entries in GRUB. Is there a preferred method of removing 
> these, once I have established stability with later versions, or is my 
> first thought of 'rm'ing the relevant files and editing menu.lst good 
> enough?

You'd be well advised to use the package management system to remove the
kernels.  Personally, I use aptitude.  Having checked which is your
running kernel, go into aptitude, and mark for removal those you want
rid of.  If you mark the with '_' both the package and the configuration
files are purged.



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