Dr² Sat (satangel) wrote,
Dr² Sat
satangel

Deepest Sender: test

Pre-test. Pretty strange sub. But editing abilitis are utterly sucks.

Whatever the case let's use it for the benefit of an affair.

Whenever there is a new kernel available, yum downloads it and installs. This results in a long list of old kernels when booting another OS. Fedora Core does not remove the old kernels when installing a new, but could do it manually if the long list of bootable options bothers you.

[root@fedora4core]# rpm -qa | grep kernel
[root@fedora4core]# rpm -e kernel-2.6.13-1.1526_FC4

And so on %)
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