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Posted: Jun 27 2011, 07:32 PM
Member No.: 339
Joined: 24-June 11
I have a question! Since the last Sysupdate i have two installed Kernels. And i would like to remove it from the Sys.
How can I deinstall the older one of the two Kernels? I don't need it, or?
Posted: Jun 27 2011, 07:44 PM
Member No.: 2
Joined: 8-April 11
It is up to you what to do.
As root, you can use "uname -r" to check which one is running.
Than with "rpm -qa | grep kernel" you can check which ones are installed.
Removing can be done by using "yum remove <kernel-version>" (without the < and >).
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Posted: Jun 27 2011, 10:30 PM
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package-cleanup --old-kernels --count=2
that removes the old ones keeping just 2 behind incase one failes for some reason
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