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  1. Re: Boots into TTY mode (operating system present)

    Glad to hear you got things sorted out.

    Please mark the thread Solved using the Thread Tools at the top of the first post.
  2. Re: Boots into TTY mode (operating system present)

    It might be best to use a liveUSB to boot and then see if you can access the drive and clean that way by removing things you know you do not need/want.

    First backing up any important data of...
  3. Re: Boots into TTY mode (operating system present)

    I would also try the dpkg option in Recovery mode and see if that helps fix/clean any issues. You will need to select network before using dpkg to make sure you are connected.
  4. Re: Boots into TTY mode (operating system present)

    If you select Clean in recovery mode and press Enter a terminal window should appear with options to free space up. That would be my first attempt.
  5. Re: Boots into TTY mode (operating system present)

    Yes. Correct.
  6. Re: Boots into TTY mode (operating system present)

    And what happens if at the TTY you try running these commands:

    sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade

    Are there errors?
  7. Re: Boots into TTY mode (operating system present)

    Did you try oldfred's suggestion from above?
  8. Re: Boots into TTY mode (operating system present)

    Hi Matt,

    What Ubuntu version are you running?

    At the TTY can you run this command and post the output here in code tags:

    inxi -GS

    Let's see if some of the information can help us figure...
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