Update Error: removing no longer required kernel

I assume this doesn’t harm anything.

But can you help me to delete these. What’s the extact terminal command to remove the old ones.

Can you please post some logs via My OSMC so we can see what’s going on?

OK, this will take some time. This 4k is remotely.

the update did work though.

What do you want me to upload, any specific log?

Reboot your device twice then open My OSMC>Log Uploader>(make sure "all configs and Logs is enabled)>Upload Selected Logs Now. It will come back with a web address. Post that address in this thread.


Guess it was related to a changed ssh config file.

Removing 'diversion of /etc/ssh/sshd_config to /etc/ssh/sshd_config.distributed by ssh-app-osmc'
dpkg-divert: error: rename involves overwriting '/etc/ssh/sshd_config' with
  different file '/etc/ssh/sshd_config.distributed', not allowed
dpkg: error processing package ssh-app-osmc (--remove):

Can you try a command line upgrade sudo apt-get dist-upgrade to see if that runs through and then do sudo apt-get autoclean

Ok, I ran both commands. Got no error message in return, just saw a lot of del messages including kernel. I guess that’s it, right?

Yeah sounds good. Let’s see if next official update will run without error. Otherwise, report back