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Jan
31
comment No space left to free up on rootfs partition to upgrade kernel
It worked! I really appreciate your help @Gilles. A few notes: I needed to run chroot /media/sda8 /bin/bash because by default it tried to use /bin/zsh; I needed to mount /boot with ext4, not vfat (as I wrongly suggested above); don't know why, but grub-install wiped out Windows' dual boot options - I probably need to add them manually. BTW: SystemRescueCD is great tool.
Jan
31
comment No space left to free up on rootfs partition to upgrade kernel
I followed those steps and after reboot I've got error: file '/boot/grub/x86_64-efi/normal.mod' not found. Entering rescue mode... which is probably result of wrong /etc/fstab. I've changed 2 lines of /etc/fstab - one for /dev/sda8 (which used to be mounted as /var) and one for /dev/sda6 (which used to be mounted as /). Before: UUID=SDA8_UUID_HERE /var ext4 defaults 0 2, UUID=SDA6_UUID_HERE / ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 1. After: UUID=SDA8_UUID_HERE / ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 1, UUID=SDA6_UUID_HERE /boot vfat defaults 0 1. Any idea what's wrong?
Jan
31
revised No space left to free up on rootfs partition to upgrade kernel
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Jan
31
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Jan
31
revised No space left to free up on rootfs partition to upgrade kernel
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Jan
31
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Jan
11
accepted No space left to free up on rootfs partition to upgrade kernel
Jan
10
comment No space left to free up on rootfs partition to upgrade kernel
I added /boot content to my question. It seems that those files belongs to currently installed kernel.
Jan
10
revised No space left to free up on rootfs partition to upgrade kernel
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Jan
10
revised No space left to free up on rootfs partition to upgrade kernel
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Jan
10
asked No space left to free up on rootfs partition to upgrade kernel
Jan
10
comment Broadcom wireless driver source vs dkms
I have exactly the same problem as yours. Identical call trace. lspci -vv lists: Broadcom Corporation BCM4360 802.11ac. I've Googled many similar problems, but unfortunately, I didn't found any solution. See: forums.debian.net, bugs.debian.org, bugs.debian.org, forum.suse.pl
Dec
29
comment Mounting a hibernated Windows 8 NTFS partition on Linux Mint
I don't know (though I'd like to know). Manual is quite enigmatic and doesn't explain exactly how ntfsfix works. Quote from manual: It only repairs some fundamental NTFS inconsistencies, resets the NTFS journal file and schedules an NTFS consistency check for the first boot into Windows. BTW: note that the device must already be unmounted before running ntfsfix.
Dec
28
comment Get quota usage information as non-privileged user
Check if you have read access to /etc/cgconfig.conf file and /etc/cgconfig.d/ directory.
Dec
28
awarded  Informed
Dec
28
comment Mounting a hibernated Windows 8 NTFS partition on Linux Mint
Worth to note: sudo ntfsfix /dev/XY command (where XY is the hibernated partition which you can check with mount command) cause that you can mount /dev/XY partition with write permission.
Dec
21
comment Find files older than X days and output them by their size
@user148335, you didn't mention what Linux distro you are running. It seems that you are limited to POSIX find specification, which is quite limited.
Dec
21
revised Find files older than X days and output them by their size
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Dec
21
awarded  Teacher
Dec
21
revised Find files older than X days and output them by their size
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