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Old 08-18-2007, 10:28 PM   #1
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kernel images?


I am guessing compiled kernels are called images, but anyways: in menu.lst I have the option to boot a previous kernel version and my current one. Does that mean both are installed? If yes, how do I remove the old one?
 
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Have a look in Synaptic - should be an option to remove. Make sure you also check "complete removal" tick-box.

Oh, and make sure you select the right one ...
 
  


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