kassube at gmx.net
Tue Mar 18 14:16:03 UTC 2008
PEDRO MACANAS VALVERDE wrote:
> I have some doubts (perhaps I am going to personally experience, but
> better if I am ready then): how to uninstall the new (not-working)
> kernel after booting ?. I don´t know if I can use synaptic for this or
> directly delete a partition /files ? (which).
Sure. With synaptic you can install and uninstall packages including
kernel packages. Deleting files isn't a good idea. Your database of
installed files would be incorrect. Furthermore just deleting files would
not update your boot menu and you would have to do it manually. Using a
package manager is much more reliable.
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