Comment 13 for bug 1357093

This bug is tedious. /boot holds only 3 kernels for me and it seems there is a new kernel every couple of weeks. So, each time, I need to go and delete the previous 1-2 manually. Why do I have to babysit my machine? Lucky I do not want to do unattended upgrades.

Resizing /boot with LVM requires much hoop-jumping (good luck for a beginner) and only slows down how often this happens.

Please can old kernels be auto-removed properly (And/or /boot sized a bit more sensibly by default?).

There is a "latest" kernel metapackage. Can we have a "previous1" and/maybe "previous2" as well - then everything else can just go, right?