'awokd' via qubes-users wrote:
The steps in https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-remove-old-unused-kernels-on-centos-linux should work, except the one about package-cleanup command. It's OK to skip that step as removing one by one will work.

Thank you. I didn't know you do it through the package manager, that was painless.

Is there Qubes documentation outlining the steps to increase the size of /boot, or does one follow general disk management, with tools like using GParted for example. Although the disk is a LUKS encrypted volume. Can one decrypt, use GParted to resize, and then encrypt again?

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