On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 10:59:00AM +0000, xia boles wrote:
>    Hi, gzip is not working correctly, because when I install linux-images, it
>    reports with gzip: stdout: no space left on device when I have a lot of
>    space left. Can you fix it?

On Fri, 2019-01-11 at 08:02 -0500, Roberto C. Sánchez wrote:
That does not seem like a gzip problem.  It seems like your filesystem
does not have enough free space.  If /boot is a separate partition on
your system, try removing some kernel packages you no longer use.

On 13.01.19 15:21, Ben Hutchings wrote:
Right.  The error from gzip likely relates to creation of the initramfs
image, which has to go in /boot.

If there isn't even room for 2 versions of the kernel and initramfs in
/boot, another option would be to reduce the size of the initramfs by
setting MODULES=dep (see initramfs.conf(5)).

I think it uses /tmp as well. Do you have enough of space on /tmp?

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