Paul Mc Auley wrote:
>Hmm. What's more I currently have two FC5 kernels installed, which implies
>it's not turfing the old kernels, although they _are_ different versions
>(2.6.15 and 2.6.16).
yum doesn't remove kernels when installing new ones. I guess this is a
safety precaution (one which has saved my data on a number of
occasions!) in case the new one fails for some reason.
I still have a number of fc4 kernels installed, which I will not be
removing until I can't upgrade further without doing so.
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