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Hello In my linux boot menu i have 2 kernel options, i would like to delete one, how can i do that...

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    Hello
    In my linux boot menu i have 2 kernel options, i would like to delete
    one, how can i do that

    maconpunta@yahoo.com Guest

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    Default Re: kernel options

    com said: 

    By whatever means appropriate for the boot loader you've chosen to use.
    With Linux, there are several possibilities; Grub and LILO being the
    most common choices. Find out which boot loader you use, then read
    the corresponding doentation.
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    Juha Guest

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    Default Re: kernel options

    1st: which bootloader you use ?
    2nd: usually there are two options "normal" "fail-safe" for all common
    new distribution (so i think better to have them both :))

    3rd: RTFM for your specific bootloader and you will find that, there is
    menu for this or some kind of "manual" actions

    But there is no "General hints" it depend on your "unix" environment
    and settings and also the distribution...etc.
    4th: /boot (or your similar kernel folder) usually include the kernels
    or alternative kernels to boot with
    menu options during boot represent one kernel (if this is specified,
    you can have more kernels without menu entry in bootloader.

    veehell Guest

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