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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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Constantly running out of disk space when installing updates [duplicate]

I have been having this problem ever since I installed Ubuntu 14.04LTS for the second time on this machine. For some reason I seem to run out of disk space every time I attempt to install an update. ...
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How to Resize Ubuntu 14.04 in VirtualBox 5? [duplicate]

I am trying to increase the size of Ubuntu 14.04 in VirtualBox 5 of OS X in the thread here of Oracle's VB forum where they directs me here ...
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Can someone help me figure out what i can remove from /boot [duplicate]

im trying to clear space from /boot what can i safely remove? MY SEPCIFIC SITUATION ls /boot abi-3.13.0-35-generic config-3.13.0-49-generic System.map-3.13.0-40-generic ...
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Cannot Remove old Kernels from Full Boot Disk

I am unable to install or update any software on my machine. Using my incredible powers of inference I deduced that /boot was full and was causing all my heartache. notlinus@NS0:/boot$ df -h ...
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Ubuntu 14 not updating or upgrading!

I'm running into issues running sudo apt-get update && apt-get upgrade After I run it, I get this: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done ...
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I want to delete three archive files which are in boot

I have problem with the updates. Whenever I start an update I am told the boot record is too small and I need to clear some space. I have looked in the boot directory and there are three files: ...
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/boot full; how to clean or expand? [duplicate]

When I log into my Ubuntu server is see the following message: New release '15.10' available. Run 'do-release-upgrade' to upgrade to it. So I run the update command ...

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