erasing kernel releases from /boot

i had no enough space under /boot & i tried to resize this patition witout success. A Linux-user’s told to me that it is possible to erase the latest kernel releases but i have no idea about this think. Can any one give me help???:frowning:

This is slightly troubling to read. You use a /boot partition and wanted to resize it. But you don’t actually know enough to perform a simple delete.

You might want to elaborate on the content of your post, details on your partitioning, what you are trying to achieve and the OS’s you have.

We need more information on your setup, especially the kernels installed and the size of the /boot partition. You do not want to delete the current kernel information by accident…