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Re: [TEKNIK] oprydning gamle kerner Was: apt problem



Den 13-12-2012 00:33, Martin Møller Skarbiniks Pedersen skrev:
> 2012/12/12 Leif Lende <sslug@sslug>:
> 
>> ja det ser ud som om grub.cfg er lavet korrekt til kernel 3.2.0-34 af
>> opdateringen. Så det kører nok fint efter en genstart.
>> Leif
> 
> Hvis du har mulighed for det, så kunne du overveje også at udvide
> /boot til f.eks. 1/2 GB, så du ikke
> lige støder på samme problemer foreløbig.


Det flytter så problemet til senere.
Jeg har gerne /boot som del af / , og kun /home på egen partition.
Problemet ender så med at ubuntu versions-opdatering blivet et problem
når der er for flydt på /  ;)

Det ser ud som om ubuntu (og debian) har et problem med at automatisk slette
gamle kernepakker.
På den anden side har jeg haft glæde af ældre kerner ved opgradering
når hardware ikke virkede ordentlig med den nye.
Bare lidt ærgeligt at ubuntu's nye grub-automatik kun viser den nyeste kerne
ved boot.... (måske en opsætning et sted).


Men scriptet jeg linkede til i tidligere indlæg klarer at slette ældre kerner,
man skal bare huske at reboot'e først efter installation af ny kerne-pakker.





 
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