The highly rated Q&A How do I remove old kernel versions to clean up the boot menu? doesn't provide an easy way to selectively purge older kernels unless extra applications are installed ie Ubuntu-Tweak.
The Bash one-liner to delete only old kernels Q&A gives a "purge everything old" solution but I want to keep the last kernel in each generation. ie remove 4.7.1, 4.7.2… but keep 4.7.5.
Is there a way to scroll through a list of all installed kernels and select specific ones to purge? It should not allow purging of currently running kernel.