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stevef:
Do you retain the old kernels after running updates ?
It is good to keep one (or maybe two) old kernels in case you encounter problems with the latest one, but removing unused kernels should reduce the options you see.

Boot your system on the option for the latest kernel.  To confirm what kernel you have booted, open a terminal and type

--- Code: ---cd /proc
--- End code ---
followed by return, then

--- Code: ---cat version
--- End code ---
followed by return.

As of 5th Feb 2023, the current kernel for 5.8 is 5.4.0-137-generic so your output should confirm this.  If it does, run Lite Tweaks and select Kernel Remover and click begin.  This should show you the unused images on your system.  Removing all but the most recent should reduce the options in the GRUB menu.

Not sure why your GRUB is doing this, have you modified the file /etc/default/grub ?

EDIT - That's the Boot Manager  screen - rather than the grub menu. Please ignore the grub references above.

Jesús TEJERINA RIVERA:
please help me...

Jesús TEJERINA RIVERA:
Nothing response....  :032: :032:

Jerry:
Posting images - https://www.linuxliteos.com/forums/introductions/forum-posting-guidelines/

Jesús TEJERINA RIVERA:
Hi, i have windows 10 and linux lite 5.8 over ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS

Every time I do an update, it increases those options.

How can I correct it so that only one linux appears? Thanks.

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