[quote author=Dswissmiss link=board=2;threadid=9057;start=0#msg81959 date=1082340964]
Ok, found another newer kernel so now I have 3.
I'm in /boot, and there's a system.map, config, vmlinuz-version number for each of the three kernels, but only one vmlinuz. Can I delete vmlinuz, or only the one with the kernel numbers, and do I just move them to the trash, or is there something else I need to do.
You can delete the vmlinuz and then point your lilo or grub to boot the one of the other kernels: here is an example:
and it should work..
root@localhost:~# cd /boot
root@localhost:/boot# rm -f vmlinuz
root@localhost:/boot# vi /etc/lilo.conf (or grub.conf)
label = Fedora
root@localhost:/boot# /sbin/lilo -v (or however grub is run)
I just deleted my 2.4.22 kernel and made 2.6.5 kernel my default.