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Hi all, Originally I had Fedora 17, then installed some updates, then I updated to Fedora 18, now Grub has 3 options to choose from. How do I get rid ...
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    Hi all,

    Originally I had Fedora 17, then installed some updates, then I updated to Fedora 18, now Grub has 3 options to choose from. How do I get rid of the Fedora 17 options and only leave F18 there?

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    Update process didn't remove Fedora 17 kernels. Remove those manually. Execute this in Terminal
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    su -c "package-cleanup --oldkernels --count=1"
    In case it doesn't work, post the output of this
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    rpm -qa |grep ^kernel
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    Thank you so much. Worked perfectly.

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    Glad to help you ! Do start a new thread if you have any other question.
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