[xubuntu-users] Fast and usful

Victor Forberger vforberger at fastmail.fm
Thu Mar 3 15:28:02 UTC 2016

On 03/02/2016 07:06 PM, Roger Broseus wrote:
> Install Ubuntu tweak and use the janitor feature. Leave at least one,
> next-to-last intrid, kernel, etc. as a fallback.
> On March 2, 2016 7:41:41 PM EST, Thomas Blasejewicz <nyuwa at hb.tp1.jp> wrote:
>     On 2016/03/03 8:43, Cody Smith wrote:
>         To expound on that, if you feel adventurous, load up a spare
>         machine
>         with Xubuntu 16.04 to test for bugs and report any you find.
>         This is
>         very basic, but it's REALLY needed even at this stage after the
>         feature freeze.
>     Good morning
>     I have been trying to use a variant = tuxtrans -> xubuntu 14 based (I 
>     think) because I wanted to try all those translation related features.
>     And I tried plain and simple xubuntu too.
>     HOWEVER, at every second automatic upgrade I "automatically" get the 
>     error message that "/boot is full".
>     (I have been asking about this several times)
>     Then the ONLY way (I was told) to solve that issue is to go in there and 
>     MANUALLY delete older kernel versions (scary!).
>     That takes time and some
>     computer knowledge - and is something I have 
>     never seen with any other linux flavors.
>     Is there any chance, this annoying behavior has been corrected?
>     Because this definitely speaks against xubuntu being fast and useful.
>     Thank you
>     Thomas
> -- 
> /Roger

This issue occurs every few months on the list-serve. I collected
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- Victor

Victor Forberger
vforberger at fastmail.fm
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