How do I free up more space in /boot?
My /boot partition is nearly full and I get a warning every time I reboot my system. I already deleted old kernel packages (linux-headers…), actually I did that to install a newer kernel version that came with the automatic updates. After installing that new version, the partition is nearly full again. So what else can I delete? Are there some other files associated to the old kernel images?
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I’ve decided to make it official and join the Movember movement. I get my own webpage to add photos, comments, track my teams progress, and leave comments on other peoples “mo’spaces”…
I can only image that this is what Facebook is like!