excessive /boot entries

Derek Broughton derek at pointerstop.ca
Wed Apr 1 23:30:14 UTC 2009

Antonio Augusto (Mancha) wrote:

> Ok, before telling you how to remove all those kernels one little
> advice: find out why the heck all those packages got installed.

Duh?  It seems to me that I get a new kernel on average well over once every
two weeks, so the simple answer to "why", is "because autoupdates are

It's not rocket science anyway.  Figure out which kernels you want (as long
as you have a working one, usually only one is needed), find the version
strings for all the rest, and purge them.

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