How do I remove all those kernel selections when I boot up?
I am running Mandrake 9.2 and I have installed too many kernels on my system.
Before Mandrake starts up, I am asked to selcet the kernel I would like to boot with. There are so many selections available and I am wondering if there was a way to remove most of those selections that I don't need.
I would like to remove all of my kernel selections exept for the 2.24-10p3 kernel. I have made a mistake by trying to install the kernel source for a kernel I was running, but instead I installed all the available kernel selections and it is really annoying because I have to scrool down to pick the kernel I want to use.
Or is there a way to make Mandrake automatically boot with a specified kernel?
Do I have to remove the kernel package from the system, or edit some file, ect?