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    Unhappy Kali Live 64GB USB Cannot Update...

    Background: Running Kali Live Rolling release on a 64GB USB(3.1) drive, using a ChromeBook 11 to boot into the OS. I have about 1506 Updates that I need to run for the Kali OS

    Issue: "E: You don't have enough free space in /var/cache/apt/archives.", (1506 Updates need to run)
    (Note I have already attempted running "sudo apt-get autoclean" (or) "sudo apt-get clean" and "sudo apt-get autoremove", none of these have worked. YES, I have read other post and searched Google.

    -I've attached images to article please let me know if you need me if these are helpful or if you need clearer pictures but below are additional problems that I'm sure are an issue
    -> /dev/sda1 (Use%=100%)
    -> /dev/loop0 (Use%=100%)

    Question: How would you suggest partitioning the USB?
    Will 64GB be enough for the OS and the updates that I need to run?
    Where is a good starting point for re-partitioning my drive? (i.e. articles, other forum pages)

    --Thank You to Anyone in advance...sorry for bad english
    (PS if More info or clearer pictures are needed please let me know.)

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