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Re: Too Many Previous Kernels being saved after updating my system.

 On Thursday 17 January 2008 10:50:10 am Myrle Francis wrote: 
> hello all, 
>   when I do a kernal update, after reboot I have the option of booting into 
> the previous kernel. 
>  I understand the importance of that, but at the moment I have 4 previous 
> kernels to choose from. 
> How can I tell Linux to only keep the last kernal and no more than that. 
> I'm using FC7 & it getting updated through  YUM 
> As always, thanks in advance 

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