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deleting oclhashcat+ kernel 4098

Link to this post 02 Feb

Hi I need help, My backtrack Linux backtrack memory is full and when I saw disk check,
/rofs/pentest/password/oclhostcat+/kernels/4098 was 1.5GB sized,
I can work no more on Linux without disk space, Could I delete the kernel/4098 file? does it contain important codings? Any inevitables happen on deleting kernel/4098?

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