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I use Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. I always update the OS as frequent as possible. Today, I've accepted kernel update, which happened last time about a month ago. Everything is OK, but I have 6 Ubuntu boot options in GRUB, 2 for each kernel (Standard and recovery mode).
Does it mean that all these 3 kernels are installed on my system?
If it's so, do I need to remove previous ones, since this last one is working correctly?
And if I should do so, how should I do that?
Thanks so much.