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Boot 100% full I have tried removing unused kernels [duplicate]

I have tried lots of suggestions from similar posts, but without removing old kernels. rod@rod-3000-N200:~$ sudo apt-get purge linux-image-extra-3.13.0-106-generic Reading package lists... Done ...
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Unable to remove old kernel's to free up space on /boot [duplicate]

sudo apt-get purge linux-image-x.x.x-x-generic does not work Unable to install anything as in synaptics, because there is no space on boot. I get a message that boot has 0 bytes available. After ...
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Not enough disk space in /Boot to upgrade [duplicate]

I have been using ubuntu for 3 months now and I have come across this problem. An error message showed up saying packages with unmet dependencies,update When i tried to update it says not ...
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10TB external hard drive won't mount in Ubuntu 16.04 [duplicate]

I have a brand new 10TB Western Digital My Book 25EE external hard drive, but it won't mount on my Ubuntu 16.04 at all. I keep getting the following error: Error mounting /dev/sde1 at /media/u1666362/...
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Boot folder full 100% [duplicate]

I am using Ubuntu 14.04. I am a novice. The Root folder is full. When doing updates before this had dependency errors. sudo apt-get -f install did not fix this. Recently had problems with Fan ...
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boot full half installed kernals [duplicate]

I've only had Ubuntu for a couple of months so please be gentle as I'm a complete noob here. I'm getting the boot full warning that seems to have plagued many on here, but none of the answers seem to ...
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Cannot clean up the /boot drive [duplicate]

I am trying to clean up my /boot drive but I feel like I'm in a vicious circle. What I have tried so far is this: $ df -h /dev/xvda1 236M 230M 0 100% /boot $ ...
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Ubuntu /boot file full [duplicate]

I am running a Dell 1950 server with Ubuntu running on it. I am getting a message that my /boot file is full. I know that I have many older version images of the kernel installed and taking up space....
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Disk full error while installing linux-image-4.10.0-33-generic [duplicate]

I'm a new in the ubuntu community. I am having trouble with 17.04: even after running most of the recommended scripts, I still cannot solve the below error. What can I do? linux-signed-image-4.10.0-...
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14.04 LTS empty boot [duplicate]

I am a novice with software issues and so am asking for what may seem very basic help. I have Ubuntu 14.04 LTS on 32-bit. I managed to get a list of all that is on my boot, and each time I start my ...
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Can't install new software in the server [duplicate]

I'm trying to install vsftpd on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, but when I run apt-get install vsftpd I get this error: You might want to run 'apt --fix-broken install' to correct these. The following packages ...
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Boot at 100%, apt [anything] fails, can't remove old packages with dpkg [duplicate]

I'm a bit stuck, and still a beginner. My dev/sda1 seems to have reach capacity during an upgrade. sudo apt-get autoremove give me: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading ...
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I need to clear old kernels to release disk space in “boot” [duplicate]

This is the process that I am trying to go thru and the following is the results I am getting: sudo apt-get -y purge linux-headers-4.4.0-81 Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree ...
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Ubuntu Server on 80GB disk; root partition is too small [duplicate]

Note that I don't have physical access to the server. However I can use WinSCP or WEBmin. I use Linux kernel 4.10.0-35-generic; Ubuntu 16. My HDD of 80GB (root) is even to small to update some ...
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Unable to resolve unmet dependencies because /boot is full and apt install -f can't finish [duplicate]

I'm trying to install openvpn however I am running into a problem where Ubuntu is complaining about unmet dependencies: [sudo] password for keith: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency ...

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