Hello, I've been using Linux for nearly a year now.
I have three 18.104.22.168-0.1 kernels installed on my system: kernel-default, kernel-pae, and kernel-desktop.
Do I need all three of these or can I delete one or two?
I have done some reading on PAE and my system doesn't need it for the ram (only 2048MB installed and max). All three show up in grub as boot options and I think I have tried them all with no noticeable difference. I understand most of what the -pae is for (>4GB RAM, NX, etc) but not the difference between -desktop and -default. Does one have any advantage over the other (I haven't noticed, but maybe in some area I've yet to explore)
Thanks for any help.
kernel version 22.214.171.124-0.1
Pentium T2130 Core2 Duo 1.86GHz
(although web specs say T2030 for some reason. Used to be correct, but they changed it???)