Multiple Entry on Boot menu

Hi! I am new to fedora, I just installed the version 30 and then found out that there’s already version 32 available. So I upgraded to version 31 and currently upgrading to version 32, however when I restart my system I found out that there are so many versions of fedora on the boot menu. The previous version 30 is still there. How can I remove it so it will only display 2 options; the windows 10 and fedora 32

Thanks in advance.

How many?
Could you show the result of this command?
rpm -qa | grep kernel

This is what I got.456b67c8688d792b2b854c764cb227376228e374.png .

Thank you

So in grub you have 3 entries, right?
If I’m not wrong, dnf maintains the last three kernels installed. So you have three entries in grub.
Each time you will upgrade the kernel, the oldest one will be uninstalled.

I have windows 10, fedora 30, 31 and 32. I want to remove the 30 and 31 since I have now successfully updated to fedora 32.

I also found this while trying some research:

  1. $ su -c “package-cleanup --oldkernels --count=1”

will this work? I haven’t tried this yet.

Take a look here:

There is a good reason you have more than 1 Fedora kernel installed. Just keep everything the way it is. Your f30 and f31 kernel will disappear as new kernel will be installed for your f32.

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Thank you for enlightening me. I really appreciate it. I really thought this was an installation/upgrade issue that needs to be removed after. I’ll keep it then. Once again thank you

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Thank you for your help, I really appreciate it.

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