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apt-get,d-i and small hard disks

i have a problem using apt under small disk, on a PC under debian and another during debian installation (pre-rc2). On the first PC, i do a 'apt-get upgrade' but there is no place to download packages and after configure them. i finally succeed by selecting package one by one 'apt-get install package; apt-get clean' why apt-get can not do that automatically when there is no enough free disk space ?

It's the same under debian installer, it do not verify if there is enough space on disk before installing packages, i succeed to install by executing 'apt-get clean; apt-get upgrade' in a shell


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