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error with apt-get and dpkg

I cannot do any apt-get commands without error. I have tried many commands like sudo apt-get purge, sudo apt-get -f install, sudo dpkg --configure initramfs-tools, etc. I continue to get the ...
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sudo apt-get install -f: failed to write (No space left on device) [duplicate]

I'm getting this error when trying to run sudo apt-get install -f on 14.04: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Correcting dependencies... ...
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My /boot is too small for upgrade: Increase /boot size? Temporarily empty /boot? [duplicate]

I'm using a no-longer-supported Ubuntu 13.10 and want to upgrade it to 14.04. However, possibly because my predecessor set the boot partition with too small a size, when running do-release-upgrade I ...
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Ubuntu 14.10 - cannot install updates cos boot is too small

I've just about searched and tried everything now: Ubuntu tweak, sudo apt-get purge linux-image-x.xx.0.xx after checking my current version using uname -r (linux-image-3.13.0.55). I don't want to ...
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/boot is almost full preventing Software Updates [duplicate]

I can't do a software update because /boot is almost full. I, as root deleted unneeded files, but it didn't change the space problem. Trash shows that it's empty, and I can't get run gksudo nautilus ...
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Why is /boot so small?

I recently had the warning that /boot was running out of space and I found this solution. Having rebooted and confirmed that I didn't fubar my system, I'm looking at why it happened in the first ...
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“The volume boot has only 9,6MB disk space remaining” [duplicate]

My media center runs Ubuntu with a 128GB SSD plus a 3TB HDD. When I turned on the projector today, I was greeted by this warning. How can I fix this? I know my may around Ubuntu as a user and I can ...
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/boot full, how do I delete the files kernel there safely with no complicated scripts? [duplicate]

I just update, but, I don't want to restart the computer, 'cause it may not reboot
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How to clear space on a boot partition [duplicate]

We have inherited an Ubuntu Linux server that continues to run out of space on the /boot partition and now the clean and autoclean commands are no longer working. We suspect that the problem has ...
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How can I clean my /boot partition? [duplicate]

My /boot partition is "full". I cannot clean old kernels. I have tried sudo apt-get clean and autoremove. I am using Ubuntu 14.04 lts. gzip: stdout: No space left on device E: mkinitramfs failure ...

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