ac7nj at arrl.net
Tue May 12 19:53:59 UTC 2015
On May 12, 2015 1:12 AM, "Tony Baechler - BATS" <bats at batsupport.com> wrote:
> On 5/11/2015 2:15 PM, Randy Williamson wrote:
> > My boot partition is full, I've tried,
> > Sudo apt-get autoremove
> > Sudo apt-get autoclean
> > To make more room.
> As another poster said, I would try removing old kernels. By default,
> autoremove won't touch any kernels. Look in /etc/apt/apt.conf.d for
> something with "autoremove" in the name. Temporarily move it somewhere.
> careful as you don't want to remove your current kernel or your system
> become unbootable.
> Also, you could make your backup from a rescue CD. Just boot into a live
> rescue CD/DVD and copy your files to your external drive. If you have the
> space, you could use dd, otherwise tar and xz should work fine. Any
> Ubuntu live CD should have what you need. I'm not sure, but it might even
> come with a backup utility already installed. Just select the "Try
> boot option.
I'm trying to use Deja but I want to use bacula I think after the failure.
I have installed bacula but have not made it work yet. I have the director
working. I'll want to save my whole system. I have customized a lot and
don't want to loose it (like Cairo doc)
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