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yea, i realized that too so I decided to just compile my own 2.6.2. What I really meant by "remove the kernel" is uninstall an older kernel on my system. Right now I have 2.4.21, 2.4.22 and 2.6.0 on my system. I'd like to uninstall some of them. how do i do it?
since we are talking about kernels i might as well ask this:
i have installed debian sid(installed woody and apt-get dist-upgraded'd it).
i then compiled kernel 2.6.1 but i get a kernel VFS panic...i think this is becasue the modules for ext2 are inbuild into 2.6.1 and the debian woody install wont let me chooose anything other than ext2.
can someone tell me what i can do about this...i can post the exact error i get if someone needs it.