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Unable to apt-get dist-upgrade

I am wondering if your problem is that the space (not disk space) for
your cash has been exceeded.  Try putting the following line in your
APT::Cache-Limit 12582912;
and see if that helps.

on  02/21/2003 Trey Sizemore(trey@fastmail.fm) wrote
 > My KDE appears to be at least partially fried...it was never fully
 > installed but I didn't have any showstopper issues.  Today, when I
 > logged in however, the taskbar is not functioning (anything appearing on
 > the taskbar is not selectable).  Anyhoo, I was going to do an apt-get -u
 > -f dist-upgrade anyway, but when I try, I get a message saying that I
 > don't have enough space in /var/cache/apt/archives.  I have apt-get
 > cleaned and this is what I have:
 > Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
 > /dev/hde5             495M  238M  258M  48% /
 > /dev/hde8             6.3G  1.1G  5.2G  17% /home
 > /dev/hde7             3.0G  2.3G  687M  78% /usr
 > /dev/hde1              16G   14G  2.6G  84% /windows
 > How can I increase the size of the directory in order to proceed with
 > the upgrade?
 > Thanks.
 > Trey
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         John Covici

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