Now have two kernal choices at boot up after update
A strange thing happened after I updated the kernel source code, thru yum. The update went normally, and after it finished, I continued to use the system, browsing with Mozilla. After a while, Mozilla quite. I restarted it and then the system rebooted. At the grub screen, I now had two kernals to boot from, the old kernal and the new one. All my files are intact and everything seems ok. I did not expect this so I would like to know if the old kernal can be deleted. Is there a way to see if a new partition was created? I was only expecting to update the source code, since the last yum update, I only updated the kernal. I am going to install a new vidio driver, so I wanted all my packages updated.