Updater can't update kernel due to disk space
Matthew Paul Thomas
mpt at canonical.com
Tue Jan 20 14:41:25 UTC 2015
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Chris Knutson wrote on 14/01/15 15:34:
> Clearing out old kernel versions manually to be able to upgrade
> the kernel version is something the end user should never have to
> do. Clearing out old kernel version from /boot should be better
> managed by the software updater to intelligently manage historic
> kernel versions based on available disk space on the partition.
"software-updater refuses to upgrade, needs a button to clean /boot"
"Please consider enabling
Unattended-Upgrade::Remove-Unused-Dependencies by default"
Mateusz Stachowski wrote on 15/01/15 20:21:
> The 'apt-get autoremove' doesn't work for me. I only get the extra
> images remove the generic and headers are still there and I need
> to remove them manually.
"Kernel updates are being marked as manually installed"
"'Unattended-Upgrade::Remove-Unused-Dependencies' does not work"
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