sclewin at bmts.com
Fri Mar 24 12:29:20 GMT 2006
> To actually delete them, I think you can use synaptic or apt-get remove.
Yea, I have used synaptic to install and delete kernels before. All you
need to do is type Linux in the search and you should get all available
kernels. From there you can find the ones you do not want and select
them for delete.
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