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how to change ubuntu default partition for updates (boot) partition full

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I need to change a default Ubuntu partition for downloading updates since the current default partition (boot) is full.
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by:rindi
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How about removing old updates using sudo apt-get autoremove?
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yes, but the partition itself is too small for some updates that need to be done?
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Once cleaned up there must be enough space.
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