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    Hi guys ,
    I followed ao255 Tutorial to install new KDE ,first when i was still downloading the files it say no free space on device , i don't know why ! i made a swap partition which was extremely big size .
    someone advised me that i should download it first then install it on backtrack
    i just did that but while installing i got the same problem no free space on device !
    What should i do !
    Impossible is impossible

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    check your boot partition, as kde sometimes generates a new kernel and if your boot partition is too small, you will have problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by xorred View Post
    check your boot partition, as kde sometimes generates a new kernel and if your boot partition is too small, you will have problems
    Guess what it is 10 GB
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    i did nothing new and it worked thanks for no reply
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    Quote Originally Posted by xorred View Post
    check your boot partition, as kde sometimes generates a new kernel and if your boot partition is too small, you will have problems
    Never heard of a windowsmanager creating a new kernel.

    Quote Originally Posted by omarara
    Guess what it is 10 GB
    Never heard of such a big boot partition either.

    So what is the output of df, when you encounter that no space left on device issue?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KMDave View Post
    Never heard of such a big boot partition either.

    So what is the output of df, when you encounter that no space left on device issue?
    i didnt knew about this command i am new at Linux so i searched about my problem in Google "no free space left in device"
    i found this df i was going to use it but problem got solved by itself i didn't do anything new
    thanks for your help
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    Quote Originally Posted by omarara View Post
    i didnt knew about this command i am new at Linux so i searched about my problem in Google "no free space left in device"
    i found this df i was going to use it but problem got solved by itself i didn't do anything new
    thanks for your help
    If you are new to Linux allow me the question why you did start with BT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KMDave View Post
    If you are new to Linux allow me the question why you did start with BT.
    Cause i had a target and i reached it, i don't care if it was a stupid target but i reached it.Now i will try to learn more and more
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