[Ubuntu-QC] Vol 92, P4 - Logiciel pour nettoyer les noyaux

Georges Rodier georges.rodier at gmail.com
Mar 9 Juil 01:54:47 UTC 2013

First, svp, pardon my responding in English but I am sitting on Canada's
west coast wanting to share a script posted at our Ubuntu Vancouver
LoCo's Meetup site. (N.B., I have the script's author's permission to
share it with you.)

I have been running Ubuntu on my now ten year old DELL PC for more than
six years (now at 12.04 LTS) and have used Kim Kulak's purge-kernel
script for the past few years with no problem and with the desired
result of retaining the current kernel and one previous kernel. This
provides a safety net should one later encounter problems with the
current kernel.

Is there someone to whom I could send a copy of Kim's script along with
the his instructions for consideration and translation of the script's
description and instructions for use? 

Else I could provide the script's location on the Ubuntu Vancouver LoCo
Meetup site but access there would require at least a temporary
(no-cost) Meetup membership.

Whilst I do read French (and bear a truly French name) I do not want to
put you through the pain of reading any French text I might write.

Je vous remercie d'avoir lu mon message.


Le lundi 08 juillet 2013 à 00:39 +0000,
ubuntu-quebec-request at lists.ubuntu.com a écrit :
> Message: 1
> Date: Sun, 7 Jul 2013 16:51:46 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Kanouk <jmsknk at aim.com>
> To: ubuntu-quebec at lists.ubuntu.com
> Subject: [Ubuntu-QC] Logiciel pour nettoyer les noyaux
> Message-ID: <8D0496AEDC9427E-640-959F5 at webmail-vd015.sysops.aol.com>
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> Bonjour à tous, j'aimerais savoir s'il existe un logiciel pour
> nettoyer les anciennes versions du noyau après une mise à jour. 
> Depuis longtemps je le fais manuellement avec le gestionnaire de
> paquets synaptics mais ce serait cool il me semble d'avoir un logiciel
> pour ne garder que les deux dernières versions les plus récentes du
> noyau au lieu de toujours chercher.
> Alors connaîtriez-vous un logiciel qui fait ça?
> Kanouk :)

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