I have a Notebook with Lubuntu 16.04 running on it. Today I was trying to install android on an sd card using the OSMC installer. The install program did crash all the time (I've tried 3 times). The only way to close the installer was to log out and back in, which I did. But the 3rd time I tried it, the installer crashed again, and I did log out again planning to look for another solution after I did login again.
But that moment never came. I got stuck on the login screen. Every time I try to login I got thrown back to the login screen. I've tried to use a wrong password on purpose to see if it's me by using the wrong login details, but then I get a warning that I've used the wrong details. So I'm sure I use the right ones.
I've found on this (closed) thread a way to login the terminal way and to install pastebinit by running
sudo apt-get install pastebinit This should solve the problem. But when I try that, I get this message:
E: You don't have enough free space in /var/cache/apt/archives/.
So I went searching online how to clean /var/cache/apt/archives/. I've found in this thread that I should use the
sudo apt-get clean command and/or
sudo apt-get autoclean to clean this folder. But this doesn't give me any result.
So I'm still stuck in the login screen. Does anybody know where I should start to fix this problem?