Originally Posted by dreamweaver547
After recent updates GRUB 2 has made multiple entries, even though I'm asking it to keep the existing version of GRUB.
So now I have three entries in total for Ubuntu + recovery mode.
Is there a way to stop this happening and an easy way to remove these entries? I am currently dual boot XP/Ubuntu 9.10.
You have 3 entries for 3 different kernels I suppose ?
What if the latest kernel fail on you're computer ?
Removing the the entries sudo su enter
nano /boot/grub/grub.cfg and remove the kernel entries
after wards you can remove the kernel too.
But it does take so much space.
Beside that I think that UBUNTU keep 4 kernels by default.
You have to keep one at least.