Kernel Updated...but what about old Kernel?
My RH9 Up2Date utility updated my Kernel automatically. And I have a dual boot XP/RH9. So on GRUB sceen it shows both the Kernels and everytime I have to select the Kernel I want to load. Is there a way to remove the Kernel from that list? And since I am new to Linux, I am in no position to compare the two Kernels and experiment on their cpabilities. So can I delete the old Kernel (if that makes sense) and does it occupy any extra space on the hard disk?