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    @nj Cloudro relies on Ubuntu LTS versions and security updates are enabled automatically (independent from Cloudron releases). So once the ubuntu securty team updates the kernels, all Cloudrons will get is as well. Since this is a kernel issue, you will likely see some "reboot required" notification in your Cloudron dashboard afterwards.

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    @d19dotca I think the -f flag on install just "cleans up" the installation : it notices that some files required for some packages were removed (in the previous line), so it removes said packages. What actually frees up the space is the rm. The apt-get -f install just makes the system notice that the packages in question are not installed anymore