|2017-08-24||SARL Language 0.5.8|
Kernel Cleaner is a tool that permits to detect old installed Linux kernels and remove them.
Kernel Cleaner provides a small GTK systray indicator that permits to easily been notified when old kernels are ready to be removed.
To automatically launch
Kernel-Cleaner, you must add it in the starting applications of your Gnome session. Open the "Starting applications" from the menu "Themes and Optimization" or "System > Preferences". Add a new starting application and type
/usr/bin/kernel-cleaner-gtk3 in the command line field. If you installed the provided Debian packages, the script will be automatically launched when Gnome is starting.