"GRUB is very easy to use on a LIVE LINUX CD to fix a system's boot config"...I heard "easy" so I will go for this one
I remembered the first time I installed Redhat 9, I chose GRUB boot loader. When I did the updates throgh Redhat network, my system was upgraded to higher kernel version(cannot remember if that was 2.4 or 2.6 or ???) and then after I reboot the system, I could choose from either 2.4 kernel version or let's say 2.6 (since I cannot remember the exact one), it's kind of annoying because I just want the newest version, SO does anyone know how to delete the old version? or should I make my options open? please forgive me if my question sounds bizarre.
Thank you guys for sharing your experiences.