I have a CentOS box at home and I’m trying to install the latest Kernel but it is failing as my
/boot partition is too small and there’s not enough space.
Can I just use
rm and delete some of the old Kernels stored in there? Or do I have to resize the partition so that I could have more space? Or is there a better way to sort that out?
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