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Re: Questions after doing update and upgrade on Stretch

On 27-05-17, Dejan Jocic wrote:
> On 26-05-17, Fungi4All wrote:
> > From: jodejka@gmail.com
> > As for reason why old one is not removed, it is because Debian keeps not
> > just newly installed kernel, but also one previously installed. One
> > before that was removed by apt-get autoremove.
> > 
> > Unless different desktops have different autoremove behavior in my recent
> > experience kernels can only be removed manually. If you get a current
> > today's image of 8.8 and update/upgrade, then switch to testing and upd/upg,
> > then unstable and upd/upg and autoremove as many times as you like,
> > you will end up with 3 kernels as a choice to boot unstable from.
> > I think in the past it did not work this way.
> Please, do not replay to me and cc it to the list, you mess things up.
> No need to cc me either, I'm subscribed to the list. Thank you in
> advance for that.
> As for subject itself, no, it is not desktop related. For your specific
> case of upgrading from stable to unstable via testing, have no idea,
> never did it that way. 

Just to clarify it a bit, what happens with your old kernel packages
should be set with:


which generates file:


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