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Depending on the type of filesystem you might not be allowed to mount the root filesystem on a mount point under /. You'll get something similar to this: mount: /dev/sda1 already mounted or /mnt busy mount: according to mtab, /dev/sda1 is mounted on / Mounting read only (-o ro) might help. If that fails, use a bind mount: mount --bind / /mnt Once ...


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I already deleted old kernel packages (linux-headers...) linux-headers-* aren't kernels. Kernel packages are the ones named linux-image-*. The ones named linux-headers-* are development packages for compiling kernel modules: they don't live in the /boot directory and are not required for general day to day use of your system. The files you listed in ...



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