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Re: How to uninstall a kernel and *all* of its "dependencies"?

Klistvud wrote:
> Dne, 23. 10. 2009 10:06:48 je Dale napisal(a):
>> the easiest way is to in synaptics just search for 'linux' and remove
>> the kernels you not need, ie linux images and linux headers etc for
>> the versions you want.
> Thanx. Will that take care automagically for the related kernel modules 
> and the like? I mean, I won't have to manually remove subdirs such as, 
> say, 'lib/modules/2.6.30-bpo.2-amd64/misc/fglrx.ko'? Will it also clean 
> my /boot/grub/menu.lst of the entries no longer needed?

Why don't you just give it a try and follow up with any questions or
problems you face?


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