Selectivelyremove old kernels
carl.lowenstein at gmail.com
Wed Dec 28 20:53:32 PST 2005
I have been running Ubuntu 5.10 for a couple of months now. There
have been some kernel upgrades during that time, and older versions of
the kernel are still present in /boot and show up in the GRUB menu.
What is the approved (Debian-oriented) method of doing this?
Is this a job for "# apt-get remove"? What is the best way to get the
package names that belong to these older kernel versions?
carl lowenstein marine physical lab u.c. san diego
clowenst at ucsd.edu
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