How to remove an ISO image from media database

VBoxManage closemedium dvd "/sicuramente/mipaghi/tutto.iso

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By: 0disse0
2012-01-31 14:44:47

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    sudo aptitude purge ~ilinux-image-\[0-9\]\(\!`uname -r`\)
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