I have new to Linux and I've installed Redhat 9.
Overall, it works fine but I have two problems.
First, after I've upgrade the kernel as the RedHat network recommeded, I got multiple kernels at startup. It seems that when a kernel is upgrade, the previous kernels are kept. Is there a way to get rid of previous kernels?
Second, when I tried to install samba using "System Settings/Add or Remove Packages" to use a printer hooked up other windows 2000 computer, I failed because the RedHat 9 couldn't find the openssh-3.5p-6. However, with the "rpm -q opeenssh" command, I found that my RH9 installation has openssh-3.5p1-6.9 installed.
How can I fix these problems?
Thanks in advance.