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Solve /boot getting 100% full issue on Ubuntu Servers

This is an issue affecting many Ubuntu servers. It basically happens when you enable automated security updates, multiple kernel packages get installed automatically, without removing the old ones, which gets /boot 100% full and the package manager is no longer … Continue reading

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How to allow 32-bit Ubuntu Desktop to use more than 3 GB of RAM

This is enabled by a feature called Physical Address Extension (PAE), there is a kernel version in Ubuntu 32-bit that supports PAE, there is a meta package that does this for you, i.e. grabs the latest kernel version and allows … Continue reading

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