My computer has rather low disk space. For this reason every so often I need to run
sudo apt autoremove to remove old kernels and headers and stuff.
Not that long ago, I noticed that it has kept 220.127.116.11 as well as 18.104.22.168. I have run autoremove twice since noticing, but it still is there. I only use the latest kernel, and I don't think any of my software depends on that particular version, but when I tried to remove it, it wanted to remove
linux-image-generic. That sounds important, so I didn't, but why does it depend on an outdated kernel version?