Deleting old kernels
On one system, I installed 12.3 RC2, and then used "zypper dup" to go to 12.3 final.
It looks as if the older kernel (from RC2) is still there). I cannot find any installed package that claims it as a file.
Is there a command (other than "rm") to clean out old kernels? Or do I just use "rm".
If I use "rm" it looks as if what needs to be removed is confined to "/boot", "/lib/modules" and "/lib/firmware".
Alternatively, I could presumably just leave the old kernels there, as doing no harm.
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