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I installed Redhat not too long ago. My second boot or so prompted me (through rhn) to upgrade the kernel version. I did so, and am now using 2.4.20-13.9. However, both 20-13.9 and 20-8 are in the boot list. Since I only use 13.9, I want to get rid of 8. How do I do this?