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I installed ubuntu 8.10 one month ago then installed ubuntu 11.04 two weeks later. now I wanna remove one of them (ubuntu 8.10). how can I do that.

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To remove 8.10, just delete the partition that holds 8.10 using gpartedusc_imageand then from the current installation (11.04) run sudo update-grub in the terminal. As long as the Grub is not installed on the partition that holds 8.10, you should be golden :)

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