Old kernel comfortably under RedHat, CentOS and Fedora uninstallFiled under: News;
Sometimes Worth a look outside the box. For Ubuntu / Debian, I had some time ago presented a method all the old kernel with a single command to uninstall. However, this command is anything but intuitive, but it is working vigorously with regular expressions. Fedora has released the much nicer. The package yum-utils puts a command through which you can easily uninstall the old kernel and without much effort.
Package yum-utils is installed Fedora 13 from house, from there you can on any current Fedora system simply something like this …
$ Package-cleanup – oldkernels – count = 2
Call …. This will uninstall all of the kernel except for the last two. : Easier actually not.
Would be better yet in my eyes when the update manager to point to the multiplicity of the installed kernel and the latest kernel on demand – up on the latest X – would uninstall, but the means to implement a higher effort than the course actually quite simple command. I was therefore introduced to brainstorm.ubuntu.com an idea …
… but someone came to me before, so I have to give me with “Solution # 4″ satisfied
Would be nice if there sooner or later would result in a simple solution, just as inexperienced users from mucking rarely the kernel. I've seen computers with more than ten kernels …
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