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At Login says security update and package upgrade available but unable to install [duplicate]

When i login i see 8 packages can be updated. 7 updates are security updates. When i try apt-get update Hit:1 http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu xenial InRelease Hit:2 http://us.archive....
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Accidentally deleted current kernel [duplicate]

I've been very stupid and while trying to free space on /boot, I think I've accidentally deleted my current kernel. How it happened: >>uname -i linux-image-extra-4.4.0-24-generic now uname ...
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I have to delete some stuff from /boot to make updates [duplicate]

When i do my updates, the /boot folder is always full with old stuff... So, after a while, I can't make any updates/upgrades anymore, because the /boot folder is full. I have to delete some stuff from ...
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Unable to free space on /boot

I have no more space on /boot because of too many installed kernels. So I'm trying to remove old kernel versions but getting an error: $ sudo apt-get purge linux-headers-3.13.0-86 Reading package ...
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Deleting uneccessary kernels [duplicate]

I installed synaptic package manager to manage my packages and, I see many kernels, that are not being used, can I delete them? There are 2 - 3 using kernels and many non using.
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Tried to upgrade my 14.04 and it has all gone horribly wrong

I have been aware of the new releases of Ubuntu for some time, but never felt a need to upgrade from 14.04 until today when I wanted to try the latest KDEnlive release but couldn't get it to update ...
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What is it, and do I have to increase the allocated space for /dev/sda1?

I'm pretty new in managing space in Ubuntu. I attached the screenshot of system monitor from my PC. What does /dev/sda1 is related to ? I see the space alloted to it by default is very less. Is ...
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apt-get gives disk space error but I have plenty of disk space [duplicate]

After a few hours of trying to install a desktop environment, I simply do not understand what I'm doing wrong. After I run sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade, I get this error: Do you want ...
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Not enough free space on /boot to upgrade 14.04 - already cleared kernels, what else is here? [duplicate]

When software tries to update, I get a message that there's not enough disk space on /boot. I've got rid of old kernels and emptied trash, but there still isn't enough space. According to gparted, the ...
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Can not upgrade from 15.10 to 16,04 LTS

I understand I can not upgrade from a beta test version to an LTS if I do not install each update. I can not update my 15.10 because 15.10 does not delete the old kernel when it installs the new one. ...
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How to delete a specific kernel?

I have installed a wrong version of the kernel. I want delete it because it is also visible from the grub advanced option.
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No space left on device, but there is . Messed up plasma

I installed baloo4 yesterday in an attempt to fix my dolphin search. I shouldn't have done that! When I rebooted, plasma basically doesn't start up properly. Desktop background is black, can't use ...
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Which old kernel related files can I safely delete?

I frequently run into the issue described in Not enough free disk space when upgrading, because the boot partition created by the Ubuntu installation is too small. When cleaning up as described in the ...
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kubuntu 15.10 - Each time I try to install something I get the same dependency errors but the package seems to install OK

I get the following every time I try to install anything. It always seems to install OK but I'd rather not get the errors, what am I supposed to do to fix this? All I'd like to know really is where to ...
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no space left on device error for /boot [duplicate]

I have a 237MB /boot partition which I thought should be enough for normal operation, however, when I do a apt-get upgrade I get the following: $ sudo apt-get upgrade [sudo] password for ron: ...

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