Help! I cannot upgrade to New Ubuntu release 12.04.4 LTS

Tobias Krais tux-spam at
Sun Apr 27 21:59:09 UTC 2014

Hi Rick,

did you already remove old kernel images? Did you apt-get clean? And did 
you already delete old log files in /var/log/?



Am 27.04.2014 23:56, schrieb Rick Magraw:
> Using an ASUS eeePC netbook 1000  I have not been able to upgrade to the
> newer version of Ubuntu. (N.B. I did succeed on my other ASUS eeePC
> netbook 1005).
> Error message keeps coming up that there is not enough disk space on the
> root directory.
> I have freed up copious amounts of disk space and emptied the trash over
> the past day, but I still get exactly the same error message:
> Not enough free disk space
> The upgrade has aborted.
> The upgrade needs a total of 3.377 M of free space on disk '/'
> Please free at least an additional space of 2.528 M on disk '/'
> Empty your trash and remove temporary packages of former installations
> using sudo apt- get clean.

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