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When I try to upgrade and update the Kernel, I get this error:

"You don't have enough space in /var/cache/apt/archives/ to hold the .debs."

Any suggestion what to do, to get rid of this prob.

Note: I'm using debian.
what is the output of the command:

df -h

You can clean out old .deb's in the cache with this command:

apt-get clean

do another df -h

if you still have problems, post the last df -h.
Thanks it works biggrin.gif

if any prob persist I'll definetly put the post wink.gif
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