I have a recent install of Debian 8, with xfce.
All was fine, until I implemented this answer, because I wanted to get a more updated package from testing. As suggested there, I created the
After completing that procedure, I run a
sudo apt-get update. There was an error, which I cannot remember precisely. But the update got stuck at
(98%) [Waiting for headers] [Waiting for headers] or something like that.
Then, I decided to restart. After logging in , I got:
Xsession: warning: unable to write to /tmp: Xsession may exit with an error
After a few attempts logging in, I restarted again. Then, the GUI did not appear; there was an error - "tty7 does not exist".
Then, I logged in into tty1, and typed
start. A screen full of errors appeared, including many
(EE) Fatal server error and
Inconsistency detected by ld.so: dl-close.c: 762: _dl_close: Assertion map->l_init_called failed!
Then, I attempted to install lightdm, as some forums suggest. If I run with root, I get the error:
Bus errorackage lists... 1%
If I run with sudo, I get:
E: Write error - write (28: No space left on device) E: Can't mmap an empty file E: Failed to truncate file - ftruncate (9: Bad file descriptor) E: The package lists or status file could not be parsed or opened.
Running the command
df -h, I get that
/dev/sda1/ is used entirely (100%, 9.1G).
I have tried cleaning the cache, the
/var/log folder, and the
/tmp folder, as many posts indicate, but no progress.
Additionally, if I use Tab to autocomplete folders or files, I get:
bash: cannot create temp fil for here-document: no space left on device
Any idea how to proceed?
PS: additionally, I got several screen flashes, changing from black to gray to white... while I am in a tty console.