Not sure how this is exactly done on redhat but anyway.
rpm -qa will list all packages installed on your system.
So one of these should return installed kernels
rpm -qa | grep linux
rpm -qa | grep kernel
Again there probably is an easier/better way
On Fri, August 18, 2006 23:33, Catherine Ansbro wrote:
> without having to reboot?
>> (I want to erase the old ones that I never use, but the only time I see
> them listed is on booting.)
>> Thank you,
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