Originally Posted by extendedping
I have an /etc/grub.conf and a /boot/grub/menu and they both look identical
I think one is probably a symbolic link (sort of like a shortcut in Windows) to the other.
Having another kernel there isn't going to affect anything. If you don't boot from that kernel, it's just going to sit there, and I like to keep my old kernel around for a while until I'm sure the new one hasn't broken anything. Anyway, to remove the extra kernel, first list the kernels you have installed:
yum list installed kernel\*
(I can't remember what the kernel packages are called in fedora, but i think it's either kernel-<version> or kernel-image-<version>)
then remove the one you don't want:
su -c 'yum remove <package>'
*enter root password*
EDIT: btw, there's a GUI for yum that will make package maintenance easier for you:
su -c 'yum install yumex'