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It is always recommended to leave the 2 latest versions of the kernel, but to remove other kernel versions I used the following these commands:

dpkg -l | fgrep linux-image-

A list of the kernels installed should appear

Never remove the kernel shown in uname -r or linux-image-generic-lts-utopic.

Finally sudo apt-get purge <package names> for the kernels you want to remove (see screenshot for reference).

Then sudo update-grub to update the Bootloader.

It is always recommended to leave the 2 latest versions of the kernel, but to remove other kernel versions I used the following these commands:

dpkg -l | fgrep linux-image-

A list of the kernels installed should appear

Never remove the kernel shown in uname -r or linux-image-generic-lts-utopic.

Finally sudo apt-get purge <package names> for the kernels you want to remove (see screenshot for reference).

Then sudo update-grub to update the Bootloader.

It is always recommended to leave the 2 latest versions of the kernel, but to remove other kernel versions I used the following commands:

dpkg -l | fgrep linux-image-

A list of the kernels installed should appear

Never remove the kernel shown in uname -r or linux-image-generic-lts-utopic.

Finally sudo apt-get purge <package names> for the kernels you want to remove (see screenshot for reference).

Then sudo update-grub to update the Bootloader.

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It is always recommended to leave the 2 latest versions of the kernel, but to remove other kernel versions I used the following these commands:

dpkg -l | fgrep linux-image-

A list of the kernels installed should appear

Never remove the kernel shown in uname -r or linux-image-generic-lts-utopic.

Finally sudo apt-get purge <package names> for the kernels you want to remove (see screenshot for reference).

Then sudo update-grub2grub to update the Bootloader.

It is always recommended to leave the 2 latest versions of the kernel, but to remove other kernel versions I used the following these commands:

dpkg -l | fgrep linux-image-

A list of the kernels installed should appear

Never remove the kernel shown in uname -r or linux-image-generic-lts-utopic.

Finally sudo apt-get purge <package names> for the kernels you want to remove (see screenshot for reference).

Then sudo update-grub2 to update the Bootloader.

It is always recommended to leave the 2 latest versions of the kernel, but to remove other kernel versions I used the following these commands:

dpkg -l | fgrep linux-image-

A list of the kernels installed should appear

Never remove the kernel shown in uname -r or linux-image-generic-lts-utopic.

Finally sudo apt-get purge <package names> for the kernels you want to remove (see screenshot for reference).

Then sudo update-grub to update the Bootloader.

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It is always recommended to leave the 2 latest versions of the kernel, but to remove other kernel versions I used the following these commands:

dpkg -l | fgrep linux-image-

A list of the kernels installed should appear

Never remove the kernel shown in uname -r or linux-image-generic-lts-utopic.

Finally sudo apt-get purge <package names> for the kernels you want to remove (see screenshot for reference).

Then sudo update-grub2 to update the Bootloader.

It is always recommended to leave the 2 latest versions of the kernel, but to remove other kernel versions I used the following these commands:

dpkg -l | fgrep linux-image-

A list of the kernels installed should appear

Never remove the kernel shown in uname -r or linux-image-generic-lts-utopic.

Finally sudo apt-get purge <package names> for the kernels you want to remove (see screenshot for reference).

It is always recommended to leave the 2 latest versions of the kernel, but to remove other kernel versions I used the following these commands:

dpkg -l | fgrep linux-image-

A list of the kernels installed should appear

Never remove the kernel shown in uname -r or linux-image-generic-lts-utopic.

Finally sudo apt-get purge <package names> for the kernels you want to remove (see screenshot for reference).

Then sudo update-grub2 to update the Bootloader.

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