"Ian O'Connell" <ianoc=ilug at maths.tcd.ie> writes:
> As mention'd by Andres i'd try an apt-get clean, apt normally in my
> experence keeps copies of old debs around incase you want to down
> grade, so cleaning these out tends to be necessary.
That's the plan (laptop at home). As I mentioned there's about
600meg of debs there (apt-get finished successfully, leaving the
system with physical free space, but which was available only to
root). The second stage of the plan is to buy a new laptop.
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