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Fedora does not delete kernels when upgrading to a new release. In your case, the .fc27 kernel remain after upgrading to F28. Just make sure you boot the latest kernel and uname -r will show you that.

grub will only show kernels that you installed using dnf - only then they get properly added to the grub config. If you manually install some pre-release kernels (not build for Fedora specifically), then you need to add the kernel manually to your boot config. If you really need the .rc kernels, at least get them from [Fedora's build system}(https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji//packageinfo?packageID=8), and use dnf to install.

Fedora does not delete kernels when upgrading to a new release. In your case, the .fc27 kernel remain after upgrading to F28. Just make sure you boot the latest kernel and uname -r will show you that.

grub will only show kernels that you installed using dnf - only then they get properly added to the grub config. If you manually install some pre-release kernels (not build for Fedora specifically), then you need to add the kernel manually to your boot config. If you really need the .rc kernels, at least get them from [Fedora's Fedora's build system}(https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji//packageinfo?packageID=8), system, and use dnf to install.