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How To Upgrade To Minimize Pain

# apt-get update
# apt-get upgrade
# reboot
# purge-old-kernels
# apt-get autoremove

If you don't do the last two, things that are no longer needed will accumulate and waste disk space, including kernels, including in /boot. And if you are messing with kernel versions, you probably want to reboot to get on the latest one so that you don't accidentally auto-remove the kernel you are working with.

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