I started using Linux back in January and I have been running my media PC and HLDS ever since with only a few reboots.
[Boring]But then I tried to get TV out working for my graphics card and I stuffed up, and I realised I formatted in a poor way, with /home taking up a large part of my hard drive (when I really want my media drive as the largest). Anyhoo long story short I was going to do a reinstall of all things Linux.[/Boring]
Now, I upgraded my kernel to 2.6.15 and have had no troubles, but I kept 2.4.31 (I think) on the system, and I can boot with that one in LILO. The question is, when I install this time, how can I remove all the old stuff once it is working. I have my install/upgrade thing down pat (with lots of help from here), but I have never removed the old kernel too.
Any help would be apprieciated