I am a newbie just learning Linux. I dual boot Windows XP Pro with Fedora 4.
I did a yum update recently and it seems to have updated my kernel version as well. Now there are 3 entries in GRUB splash screen.
1) Fedora 136
2) Fedora 156
3) Win XP Pro
When I booted into the newest Fedora Kernel I had to install the NVidia driver all over again. I have 2 questions about this:
1) How can I get rid of the old fedora entry in grub? And if I delete it should I also delete the old files of the old kernel or keep them just in case I cannot boot into the newer Fedora Kernel?
2) How can I configure yum updater to not update the kernel in the future? (The first time I ran yum update it downloaded almost 600MB of stuff!!)
Thanks guys. I am very happy with Fedora so far and as soon as I learn how to run MS Office and DVDShrink 3.2 in WINE I can pitch Win XP altogether.