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Hi im new to Linux. I installed Fedora core 6 2.6.18 version and updated the kernel to 2.6.19. I now want to remove the 2.6.18 version. Whlie booting the Pc ...
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    How to remove my older kernel version


    Hi im new to Linux. I installed Fedora core 6 2.6.18 version and updated the kernel to 2.6.19. I now want to remove the 2.6.18 version. Whlie booting the Pc im getting 2 options namely Fedor 2.6.18.XXXX and 2.6.19.XXXX. I dont want the 2.6.18.XXXX option to be displayed. Kindly help me out. thanks in Advance

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    You can do the following,
    Code:
    #rpm -qa | grep -i kernel
    A list of kernel related packages and their versions will be listed. Uninstall the one that you wish using "rpm -e" e.g.
    Code:
    #rpm -e kernel-2.6.18-1.2869.fc6

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    Got it thank you

    Thank you very much :-0 it is working

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