New answers tagged warning
Open the dconf-editor (you may need to install this first). Open the key called org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.housekeeping (or search for "Disk Space"). Check the "active" box if it is not already active; or, if relevant, remove the path or partition from the ignore-paths parameter. Another (non-GUI) way to turn warnings back on is to enter the ...
Try this command to remove unused and unnecessary package. sudo apt-get autoremove Or you can alternately run this command to remove some kernel image. sudo find /boot -name "*generic*" -delete You will have enough space for your boot partition. To make it more comfortable, expand/resize your boot partition. (recommended but optional)
Top 50 recent answers are included