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Re: disk usage for /usr/lib on bullseye

>>to not purge the two most recent kernel packages, and especially not
>>the kernel you are currently running on.
> If memory serves, should one try to do that, warnings are issued.
> Not quite HAL in "2001, A Space Odyssey", but near enough.   :-)

Also, purging the current kernel is not nearly as dangerous as
it sounds: in many (most) cases, the system will keep working just as
well as before (IIUC even hibernation will keep working since you can
now resume using a different initrd&kernel than the one you're resuming
to).  The main downside is usually that you won't be able to access
devices that require different drivers than the ones already loaded.


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