I have followed instructions found in the Hardware subforum (viewtopic.php?f=56&t=28808) where we were instructed to use commands such as
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equo install =sys-kernel/linux-sabayon-3.9-r3
equo install =sys-kernel/sabayon-sources-3.9-r3
equo install x11-drivers/ati-drivers-13.4#3.9.0-sabayon amdcccle
eselect bzimage set kernel-genkernel-x86_64-3.9.0-sabayon
eselect kernel set linux-3.9.0-sabayon
I have done this multiple times for multiple bzimages, kernel sources and driver modules.
I would like to do a little house-keeping and remove the older bzimages, kernel sources and driver modules, and do so without upsetting grub and the operating system. Do to my lack of experience with Sabayon, I am concerned that performing this removal without detailed cookbook instructions is inviting disaster. Is removing multiple unwanted bzimages and kernel sources as simple as removing them with Rigo? I've never used "kernel-switcher" as described in the preceding Wiki link. Please understand that once I remove a bzimage, I do NOT want it showing up in the grub boot menu.