Not Enough Space /Archives/
it seems i run always in the same problem :
My situation :
(Starting from a fresh Kali Linux installation)
I am running kalinux on the lastest Oracle VirtualBox Manager (Pic 1 with Spec) on Asus UX305CA running Windows 10.
[Image: Xpwjg] (http://imgur.com/a/Xpwjg)
Everytime I try to update/upgrade my system (apt update/ apt upgrade) I get the problem :
E : You don't have enough free space in /var/cache/apt/archives/. (Pic 2 )
[Image: 4WHOZ] (http://imgur.com/a/4WHOZ)
The information on my system are in the tirth pic
[Image: WLSIJ] (http://imgur.com/a/WLSIJ)
The Resolution :
I have increase the size of my virtualBox from 15gb to 40 gb.
I have tryed to sudo apt-get clean and auto-remove (even if i know that sudo dont mean anything for Kali anyway)
I have followed everything from : http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/...t-archives
But if i type :
apt-config dump | grep Periodic
Nothing happend. If, however i just type apt-config dump, i see the list but nowhere maxsize.
So I am stuck with a machine that i cannot upgrade for some reason. (It work for the msfconsole but not with the viel)
So if anyone can help, I would really be thankfull.
Have you checked the contents of /var/cache/apt/archives? You may need to manually delete some files in there
sudo apt-get clean didnt do the trick
Anything in there when you list the contents of the directory?
Sorry, it was the easiest way to add the picture
That pic is taken after a apt-get clean I have tried to upgrade apt and apt-utils manually but they are uptodate !
Really don't know what to do !
Re-installing Kali Linux with a graphical installation did the trick ! The problem is close
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