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dpkg: error processing package linux-image-generic (--configure): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured [duplicate]

dpkg --configure -a Setting up linux-image-3.13.0-35-generic (3.13.0-35.62) ... Running depmod. update-initramfs: deferring update (hook will be called later) The link /initrd.img is a dangling ...
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“gzip: stdout: No space left on device” while upgrading the kernel [duplicate]

I see the following error while trying run the command shown below. I read somewhere that my /boot partition is low on disk space. How can I increase the size of the /boot partition so I can install ...
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Boot folder is full so cannot install updates. [duplicate]

Plenty of free disk space. How do I either free up space on boot or increase its size? Using release 12.10 (quantal) 64-bit Kernel Linux 3.5.0-26-generic. Thanks, Dave.
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Trying to update but not enough space on boot (answer here) [duplicate]

The error message I get suggests "sudo apt-get clean" I try running it but nothing happens. Just get back to the prompt. Is there any other terminal commands I should try to clean temporary files ...
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Safely remove old files in /boot [duplicate]

Which of these files are safe to delete to free space in /boot? For future needs, how can I know which files are in use and which ones are obsolete? root@ubu:/boot# ls -l total 153003 -rw-r--r-- 1 ...
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The volume “boot” has only 0 byte disk space remaining [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Free up more space on /boot I am in Ubuntu 10.04. When I install the software updates with "Update Manager", there is a pop up dialog which tells me "The volume "boot" has ...
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Failed to write (No space left on device) [duplicate]

I am working on an Ubuntu virtualbox and trying to install curl using sudo apt-get install curl -y. I got a response saying there were unmet dependencies and saying You might want to run 'apt-get -f ...
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I want to increase the size of my boot partition (Ubuntu 14.04 version) [duplicate]

I read in another post that kernels are distributed as new releases rather than upgrades. I didn't know this when I was allocating space to my partitions during my initial install of Ubuntu. As a ...
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How to free space on a full /boot partition? [duplicate]

Stuck running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS on a Lenova desktop with a small boot partition now with 0(zero) bytes after many upgrades. Currently at 4.4.0-71-generic but new upgrades fail. Have tried suggestions ...
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How to avoid update of package linux-firmware creating initrd.img files? [duplicate]

On Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, every attempt to update my linux-firmware package is filling my /boot/ mount point with files named like initrd.img-3.13.0-*-generic, preventing successful update. kgrittn@Kevin-...
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what are linux-image-extra and linux-image-generic? [duplicate]

Every time I use sudo apt-get upgrade, I get errors with the linux-image-extra and linux-image-generic. I am new to Ubuntu so I would like to know if these "image" files are the same as in Windows? ...
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/dev/sda1 /boot is full [duplicate]

I know there are a lot of questions like this but I've tried pretty much to understand what to do and failed. By df -h I know that my /dev/sda1 /boot is with 100% use. I'm not understanding what I ...
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can I delete old vmlinuz in /boot manually? [duplicate]

My /boot is full. apt-get autoremove autoclean not working. I chose to delete old linux-image* manually. There are many files like: configVERSION, vmlinuzVERSION, initrd.img*VERSION... can these be ...
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How to free up space on /boot? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Free up more space on /boot I logged onto my server today to find the message: => /boot is using 98.9% of 91MB When I look at /boot I see that it is indeed very low on ...
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sudo apt-get upgrade - Failure [duplicate]

This is a first for me. I've been having trouble upgrading Ubuntu 12.04. How do I fix this? sudo apt-get upgrade: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state ...

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