i upgraded my fedora 16 from 184.108.40.206 to 3.3.3
i tried the rpm way and then the simple download kernel compile, install way. i found the rpm way a bit awkward.
now i'd like to grab some disk space back.
is it safe to just remove the /grub/vmlinuz, etc., not being used along with each related /usr/src/kernel/<version> not being used?
the one time i used the rpm way to install new kernel, is there a rpm way to zap the files it installed? **i'm not using that kernel.
and, i guess edit out, using grub tools, a few "menuentry" in /boot/grub2/grub.cfg