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  1. #1
    Holosynthetic NNTP User

    Default Removing trace kernel module?


    when I installed opensuse I only had the option of logging in to the
    default kernel or failsafe. Recently I accidentally installed an Nvidia
    driver for trace, by doing this it created a new kernel module titled
    '2.6.27.7-9-trace'. When I have the option of logging in now I can
    choose between trace, default, and failsafe. How do I remove the trace
    kernel? I see its folder in /lib/modules, but it is not able to be
    removed. Any thoughts?


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  2. #2
    Malcolm NNTP User

    Default Re: Removing trace kernel module?

    Quote Originally Posted by Holosynthetic
    when I installed opensuse I only had the option of logging in to the
    default kernel or failsafe. Recently I accidentally installed an Nvidia
    driver for trace, by doing this it created a new kernel module titled
    '2.6.27.7-9-trace'. When I have the option of logging in now I can
    choose between trace, default, and failsafe. How do I remove the trace
    kernel? I see its folder in /lib/modules, but it is not able to be
    removed. Any thoughts?
    Hi
    Just go into YaST software and search on kernel, unselect the trace
    kernel checkbox and ensure the default one is still selected.

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