after upgrading kernel, how to safely remove the old one
Hi, i would like to know to safely remove an old kernel version after upgrading the system to a new one. I did the same way i use to do on Debian, the problem is that it deleted both kernels in the system though.
In debian I use the download manager to delete it:
# apt-get remove --purge kernel-2.6.xx-xx
I tried to delete the old kernel in Fedora using yum (yum remove) but it deleted both (the old and the new one) . I'm new using Fedora, and i assume i did it wrong.
So , i had to use the DVD installation to install the old kernel again and then update the kernel. Now I have both new and old one, hoping to get rid of the old and leave only the new kernel.
p.s: my English is not that good, so I'm sorry any mistake