Old Kernels . . .(never die!)

Dave Hall dave.hall at skwashd.com
Thu Jan 1 23:32:09 GMT 2009

On Fri, 2009-01-02 at 10:17 +1100, Andre Mangan wrote:
> Addendum
> If you want to list your installed kernels, type ls /boot into a
> terminal window.

That shows you the contents of /boot which contains kernel related
files. On older boxes the contents can be misleading as there can be
remnants left behind from older kernels.

If you want to see a list of kernels installed from debs in a terminal

dpkg -l linux-image-\*



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