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Your /boot partition is filled with old kernels. It does that sometimes, not sure why it is never fixed. You can easily remove the old kernels if you know which packages they came in
Yes, kexec is intended to boot kernels, but nothing's stopping you from kexec'ing to any binary (a "statically linked" binary that doesn't depend on libraries or an existing running OS and is meant to run under preboot conditions) you want, whether a
That's because you're looking in the wrong direction. To see your disk partition information, use sudo fdisk -l /dev/sda. Rather than risking fiddling with disk partitions (although I'll get to that), I suggest that you find out what is using 99% of
On 27. 05. 2014 07:33, Alan Corey wrote: > Mostly so when I switch to a different application, maybe on a > different page of the FVWM desktop, it isn't sitting there swapped > out > and it's responsive
Question: I have upgraded the kernel on my Ubuntu many times in the past. Now I would like to uninstall unused old kernel images to save some disk space. What is the easiest way to uninstall earlier versions of the Linux kernel on Ubuntu? In Ubuntu e
This guide shows you how to enable and disable services in Linux. This is the command line method of enabling and disabling services. Some Linux distributions like Fedora, Ubuntu and so on do provide a GUI front-end as well