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Hi sorry for the question I have 2 linux kernels options, one is not ok i need to delete it i would like to know if someone can tell me ...
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- 03-24-2006 #1
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- Mar 2006
Delete a linux kernel
I have 2 linux kernels options, one is not ok i need to delete it
i would like to know if someone can tell me a step by step procedure
to deleting it.
starting with how i can figure out which is my boot loader
please i really need a detail step by step procedure
like for example if i need to delete files, that you mention the names of the files to be deleted
thanks a lot for everything, hope someone can help me!
- 03-24-2006 #2
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- Jul 2004
give us the output of
that should give us the output of the directory boot where there will be a grub or lilo folder...I hope...
There will be a config file in there that will give you where the kernel is found, rm it then get rid of the lines in the config
- 05-07-2006 #3Originally Posted by gabrielgua
rm -rf A
- 05-07-2006 #4Originally Posted by gabrielgua
On some distros, there is a very simple way to do that (a command that will take care of everything for you)."To express yourself in freedom, you must die to everything of yesterday. From the 'old', you derive security; from the 'new', you gain the flow."