[Bug 1678187] Re: Removing a linux-image-extra package fails, if /boot is about full

Brian Murray brian at ubuntu.com
Thu Sep 21 22:44:56 UTC 2017


I tried recreating this in Ubuntu 17.04 by having three kernels
installed on a /boot partition with only 11M of free space left. I then
used 'sudo apt autoremove' which removed my oldest kernel, including
linux-image-extra-4.10.0-19-generic, and did not run into any issues. Is
this issue specific to only removing the linux-image-extra package or
does it only affect Ubuntu 16.04.?

Could you please provide some detailed steps to recreate this bug?
Thanks in advance.

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