On 8/27/23 20:20, Jeffrey Walton wrote:
On Sun, Aug 27, 2023 at 11:05 PM ToddAndMargo via users
When I boot up, I get a bazillion kernel choices,
most are not Fedora 38:
Sorry for the flash. I could not turn it
to turn off
The extra kernels are from Fedora 37 and 36.
This is what Fedora 38 says I have:
$ rpm -qa kernel
Do I really have all those extra kernels?
How do I clean things up?
Look in /boot to see if there are actually kernels and initrd files for
the entries. If there are, you will have to manually delete them.
Look in /boot/loader/entries/ to see if there are conf files for those
entries and delete the ones that don't match installed kernel packages.
That won't help in this case because the relevant entries don't have
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