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On Debian/Ubuntu it happens that old kernel packages accumulate with the regular updates. Those use up a lot of space (about 100MB per version). Removing old, unused kernels manually is a boring task, that’s why I wrote a script: kernel-clean. It checks for the currently running and the newest installed kernel and removes all others.

Get the code on Github: https://github.com/plepe/kernel-clean/

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