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i have beaglebone black wireless which have 4gb of its memory , after flashing debian 9.9 os on it am left with 200 mb free space. so i wonder how can i change apt package installer path so that whenever i install apt package its installed on SD card , i have done this earlier using some guide on stackoverflow i think but am not able to find it again :( which is bad so wondering if anyone can help with it so that apt packages installed to external sd card of beaglebone

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    1) First clean up! Check unix.stackexchange.com/questions/40442/… and see which large packages you can remove. 2) Use the SDcard for moving large, but less system-critical directories like /var/cache and /usr/local/share to the SDcard and mount that directories to their correct place via /etc/fstab. This way apt can work normally without caring for special paths, and your system will not die on SDcard problems. – Philippos Oct 14 '19 at 11:28
  • thanks , i will try that – user889030 Oct 15 '19 at 17:43

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