This hits me constantly. Why is this bug present years on end and three
major Ubuntu versions? The workaround is easy enough, still for many
users it is rocket science and will break the update procedure (I two
other persons that cant fix it themselves). I.e, thus is a critical
problem. Make a test in the installation procedure and remove the oldest
unused kernel, if disk space is low, before installing the new version.

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Title:
  update-initramfs should produce a more helpful error when there isn't
  enough  free space

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