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Thread: sudo apt autoremove made system not bootable

  1. #11
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    Re: sudo apt autoremove made system not bootable

    Thank you so much guiverc for pointing me toward this workaround. That will certainly save me a lot of work and stress. Thank you, thank you, thank you (to all of you)!

  2. #12
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    Re: sudo apt autoremove made system not bootable

    autoremove seems badly broken.
    For example it seems to want to remove the current running kernel if you've installed a new one, but have not booted to it yet.
    However it never seems to really get the old kernels I am long past out of /boot
    I am not sure if there is a file like the 'world' file in Gentoo where you can put package you never want to auto remove.

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