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    I've installed kali linux onto a 256 gb sdcard for use on a Raspberry Pi 4. I used the pre-made image for the rapsberry pi 4 from the downloads page, and balenaEtcher to flash it to the card. After installation it boots up fine, but when I run "apt update && apt upgrade" (as sudo) it gives me the error "E: You don't have enough free space in /var/cache/apt/archives/.". This is a 256 gb sdcard so space shouldn't be an issue. When I check it using disk management on windows it shows that 233 gb is a separate partition from the kali linux partition, which is less than 10 gb. Disk management doesn't allow me to extend the kali partition to use the full space, nor does a third party partition manager, and I've tried wiping and formatting the sdcard and reinstalling, but it only gives me the same errors. Any help would be much appreciated.
    Last edited by tacc159; 2021-09-08 at 04:01.

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